Winnie Yeung is Head of Heritage at The Jockey Club CPS Limited. The company was set up by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust with a mandate to conserve the Central Police Station Compound in Hong Kong and transform it into a center for heritage, contemporary art, and leisure. The more than three-acre site comprises a cluster of sixteen buildings of historical significance and open spaces, with two new buildings designed by Herzog & de Meuron. The compound is scheduled to open in 2016. Yeung is in charge of devising heritage exhibitions, interpretive showcases, and education programs at the revitalized site. Previously, Yeung was the heritage manager for the UNESCO-awarded Tai O Heritage Hotel and participated in other heritage projects in Hong Kong and Singapore. She specializes in heritage interpretation, education, and community engagement. Prior to entering the field of heritage conservation, Yeung was a journalist for periodicals including South China Morning Post and HK Magazine, covering a variety of topics such as arts and culture and local news. She is a trained architectural conservationist with an MSc from the Architectural Conservation Programme at The University of Hong Kong.