• About OASA




    Orion is the nebula where many stars are born. It is one of the closest nebulae to Earth in the Milky Way galaxy, making it more accessible to astronomers and earthlings.   Hence, our OASA is a nurturing ground, where outgoing global executives would pass their legacy to future generations, working jointly on problems of tomorrow. It is an open platform where companies and leaders can cross-pollinate nascent ideas.   Ultimately, space is for all humankind.


    The Orion Astropreneur Space Academy in Hong Kong is an independent, non-political, and not-for-profit action-oriented leadership development academy for global young leaders with stellar and outer space aspirations. The Academy is a member of the global leadership development initiatives with other space onboarding and off-boarding institutions such as the Laboratory for Space Research at the University of Hong Kong, and other forward-looking and space-related institutions and world-class educators who believe together we can connect, contribute, and make a meaningful contribution through active transformation.


    Studies have shown that when we work together, journey together, and solve challenging problems together, our sense of wellbeing becomes much more positive. If nothing else, working together to create a better future world, on new fun projects that will stretch our minds and educate our youths, is certainly worth doing.

  • Our Vision

    Space Portal, Hong Kong by 2030. Your Smart City, by 2030 as well?

    On 12 Feb 2021, the Academy begins its operation by opening its global headquarters in Hong Kong

    Why Space? ​Why Starting from Hong Kong?

    Space is all around us. It is the true “Nature.” With the right technology we can sense a new universe and in this new universe.  Sustainable businesses are not purely about technology, but technologies for the right markets and being led by the right talents with a foundation in digital understanding.  Without data, and data downlink from space, our city cannot be a Smart City.   


    Seeing such connectivity and boundless reality expand our mind-sight and prepare us better for innovation opportunities and adaptation.  More importantly, working and journeying together to find these use cases with, and for our entrepreneurs, will certainly bring forth more positive energy.  


    Join us, show up, and front up! 



    Imagine by 2025 ...



  • Our Missions

    We observe. We experiment. We test and explore nascent digital markets. We promote good business cases. We work with companies to redefine their new markets, coach and mentor their young talents, help secure their sponsors, ground their ESG, and begin the journey of exploration. We work with them to improve their Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR), encouraging these businesses to build and deliver products and services that truly create more joy in people's lives. Our intent is not to cause harm. We do not want these businesses to cause harm -- to the environment, to their customers, or to their staff, and definitely not to Space Ship Earth.

    By 2021

    Establish “Space Xccelerator” programs and laboratories at universities by connecting corporates, students, research institutes to work on identifying new use cases or grounding ESG (Environment, Sustainability, and Governance) and United Nation’s 17 SDG challenges.

    By 2022

    Create educational missions, programs and school competitions that would embellish entrepreneurship, innovation, and opening the Space Economy for Hong Kong and Greater Bay. For example, co-invent a program to develop a CubeSat train-the-trainer program for college students and hitch one CubeSat to the stars by 2022 with HKU.

    By 2025

    Leverage on OASA university chapters to extend new careers in the Space Economy, placing them into laboratories, future moonrises, and Space Tourism. For every person working outside the 100km limit that defines the edge of space, there will thousands on earth supporting that individual. Preparing future leaders so they can thrive in the new space-related economy and be a part of the interstellar supply chain is the aim.

    Please download a copy of our Code of Conduct which sets the framework on how we and our members intend to carry out what we want to do.

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    OASA Member’s Privacy
    We are committed to respecting and protecting the privacy of those making applications or requests to participate (“Participants” or “you”) in our activities (“Activities”) by observing and ensuring full compliance with the requirements stipulated under the Ordinance. We are equally committed to ensuring that all our internal processes uphold these obligations. We recognize that when you choose to provide us with information about yourself, you trust us to act in a responsible manner. That’s why we have put a policy in place to protect your personal data. Please read on for more details on how we handle your personal data.
    What does the Academy collect and how do we use the data collected?
    If personal data is collected in the process of making enquiries or submitting applications or requests to participate in our activities, participants will be informed via the respective Personal Information Collection Statements of such purposes and uses, including the extent of their transfer and disclosure; and the right of access to and correction of the collected personal data.
    Will the Academy disclose or transfer the data it collects to outside parties?
    The Academy will NOT disclose or transfer personal data collected to outside parties unless such disclosure or transfer is authorised, required or permitted by, or in compliance with, the Ordinance. Please refer to the relevant Personal Information Collection Statement for details.
    Data Security
    We are required by the Ordinance to take all reasonably practicable steps to safeguard the security of personal data held by us. The Academy will strive to protect any personal data held by us against unauthorized access or processing.
    Notwithstanding our obligation to safeguard the security of personal data, we are unable to guarantee complete security of electronic communications through the internet given the open nature of the internet. You will have to assess and accept the relevant risks before sending personal data to us via email or any form of electronic communications.
    Accuracy and Retention of Personal Data
    We are required by the Ordinance to take all reasonable practicable steps to ensure that personal data held by us (i) is accurate having regard to the purposes for which the data is to be used; and (ii) is not kept longer than is necessary for the fulfilment of the
    purpose for which the data is to be used unless otherwise permitted by the Ordinance or required by any applicable legal or regulatory requirements. Please note that personal data collected from a Participant who has opted to receive direct marketing materials will be retained for that purpose until he or she notifies us otherwise.
    Direct Marketing of the Academy’s Activities and Publications
    Subject to the applicable requirements under the Ordinance, we may from time to time send direct marketing materials promoting Activities, publications, services, products or facilities to you using your personal data. Please refer to the relevant Personal Information Collection Statement for details. Opt-out channel or facilities will be provided to enable you to exercise your right to opt out from direct marketing.
    We will not provide your personal data to third parties for direct marketing or other unrelated purposes without your consent.
    Despite your provision of consent to use your personal data for direct marketing, you may at any time notify your intention to withdraw such consent.
    Access to Personal Data and Correction Requests
    You have a right under the Ordinance to request access to and/or correction of your personal data held by us. Please refer to the relevant Personal Information Collection Statement on how to make data access requests or data correction requests.
    Our goal is to respect your privacy. To help us improve our privacy policies, please give us your feedback. We welcome your comments and questions. Should you have any queries or comments about our privacy policy and practice, please e-mail the Chief Compliance Officer of at the Academy (GRC@oasahk.org).