Belinda Lui is President and Managing Director of the Motion Picture Association, Asia Pacific. Ms. Lui leads the association’s Asia-Pacific team to promote and protect the commercial and creative interests of the region’s screen communities in the digital age.
Prior to this role, and following AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner (now Warner Media), Ms. Lui managed the Asia-Pacific government affairs office for all business units of AT&T, including AT&T Communications and Warner Media (and its divisions Warner Bros., HBO, and Turner Broadcasting including CNN).
Ms. Lui was also Deputy Director, Legal and Corporate Affairs at Microsoft Hong Kong where she handled Microsoft’s government-relations issues and spoke to the press regularly about IP policy.
Ms. Lui is admitted as a barrister and solicitor in New South Wales, Australia. She was a solicitor with international law firm Baker & McKenzie in Sydney and Hong Kong.
Over the years, Ms. Lui has served on a number of boards. She was Chairperson of the Business Software Alliance in Hong Kong and Macau. She served on the boards of the US-ASEAN Business Council, National Center for APEC, American Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong, AVIA Asia Video Industry Association, and the Canadian International School of Hong Kong. Currently, she is President of the International Women’s Forum-Hong Kong and sits on its board.