Connie Mak Kit-man called Connie Mak and Kitman Mak, She is a Hong Kong Famous singer and actress. In 1977, she did not win the title, she made albums for Crown Records and Cinepoly Records. Some of her songs are heard in Cantonese-language series and films. In 1983, Mak recorded "Rhine River Romance", lyricised by Cheng Kwok-kong and composed by Joseph Koo. Hong Kong University professor, Stephen Chu, called the song a fairy tale feeling. In 1989, she sang "Years of Silence", lyricised by Lau Zeuk Fai and composed by the Beyond band member Wong Ka Kui, before the rock band Beyond re-recorded it in a rockier style, she is married to actor Kwong Wa since 19 December 1992, with a daughter. On 16 October 2019, she held a concert called 《BACK月黑風高旺角夜麥潔文MUSIC 2019》. Unless noted, the following albums are Cantonese. English translations are unofficial. Compilations that do not contain newly released songs are omitted. HTA Records Not Investigating the Past 前塵莫追究, 1981Crown Records Rhine River Romance Golden Date The Young Wanderer, as Connie Mak Five Lucky Stars, with Derek Wan, Michelle Pau Tsui-mee, Wong Yee-kar, Susanne Ho Kar-lai Laiyinhe zhi lian / Jianghu langzi, Mandarin, as Connie Mak The Grand Hong Kong, as Connie MakCinepoly Records Kitman Mak Dancing Queen, 1987, EP Come on Rock!
Kitman Remix, EP Bewildered New Songs and Hits, compilationWorld Record International Eternally Unforgotten Forward Music Hong Kong Presentation Connie Mak Kit-man on IMDb Connie Mak at VinylParadise.com
Emerson Collective is a social change organization focused on education, immigration reform, the environment and journalism, health. Founded by Laurene Powell Jobs, the LLC uses philanthropy, impact investing and community engagement as tools to spur change in the United States and abroad. Emerson Collective was founded in 2004 by Laurene Powell Jobs in California. Named after transcendentalist writer Ralph Waldo Emerson, the organization says its mission is to do the greatest amount of good for the greatest number of people. In 1997, Powell Jobs had founded the nonprofit organization College Track, a college completion program to combat the achievement gap among students of color; when Emerson Collective was established in 2004, grants and investments focused on the education sector. When Powell Jobs began learning more about the challenges plaguing immigrant students those whose undocumented status made it difficult to attend college, Emerson Collective broadened its portfolio to include immigration reform and advocacy.
Powell Jobs and Emerson Collective were strong advocates of the creation of President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and have continued to push for permanent legislation to provide "Dreamers" with a path to citizenship. In October 2016, she wrote the article “Immigrants Fuel Innovation. Let’s Not Waste Their Potential” for WIRED Magazine. In 2015, Emerson Collective’s Managing Director of Education Russlynn H. Ali launched the affiliate XQ Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to rethinking American public high school. In 2016, Andy Karsner joined Emerson Collective to launch Emerson Elemental, a practice dedicated to investments in the environmental and clean energy space. Karsner served in the United States Department of Energy as Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. In 2016, former U. S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan joined Emerson Collective to launch Chicago CRED, a nonprofit committed to curbing gun violence in Chicago through counseling and matching young men with jobs.
In recent years the organization has expanded its reach into art and media, journalism and other creative ventures. In 2017 and 2018 Emerson Collective supported the immigration-focused work of the artist JR, helped bring Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Academy Award-winning, virtual reality experience Carne Y Arena to Washington, D. C. In 2015, Emerson Collective became the lead investor in education technology company Amplify. On September 1, 2016, Emerson Collective invested in series A funding for Axios Media, a news website focusing on business, technology and media trends. On July 28, 2017, Emerson Collective became the majority owner of The Atlantic, purchasing the majority stake from Atlantic Media's David G. Bradley; the outlets owned by Emerson Collective include The Atlantic magazine and its digital properties along with its standout events line, AtlanticLIVE, its consulting division, Atlantic 57. The Washington Post reports Emerson Collective plans to move to full ownership of The Atlantic in "three to five years" after their 2017 investment.
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