Charles W. Dull

Bill Paige - Asking Your Kids For Forgiveness

On Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at Church of All Nations Bill Paige spoke to our parents about asking for forgiveness from our kids. Click above to hear his talk.

Bill Paige is a gifted, passionate speaker whose broad appeal is anchored in a depth of life experience that includes 20 years of police and detective work in and around New York City metropolitan area. In addition, Bill served 14 years as the associate chaplain at Children’s Village, working with emotionally disturbed boys in the city, as well as 18 years of senior leadership in Young Life.

Bill has addressed chapel services for both the National Football League (NFL) and Major League Baseball (MLB) teams and has spoken at many high schools and colleges around the world, inspiring thousands of people with his story.

Speaker Series

Charles W. Dull Visiting Scholar Series

The Charles W. Dull Visiting Scholar Speaker Series, named for HKIS's Head of School from 1997-2001, brings distinguished speakers to HKIS to interact with students, parents and faculty through a series of assemblies and small group discussions focusing on aspects of our Mission, Vision and Student Learning Results.

Chuck Dull Speakers Series is supported by the Annual Fund and covers speaker fees and travel and accommodation expenses up to US$10,000. For more information on the series and how to donate, please contact the Advancement Office at




Nominations Accepted Year-Round

  • Anyone in the HKIS community can nominate a speaker.
  • Nominators should complete this application form and submit it to Carrie Chen, Director of Marketing.
  • Selection process for awarding a grant will begin in June each year to bring a speaker for the following Academic Year.

Chuck and Joanne Dull

Jo and I feel this Speaker Series is a great vehicle to support the education of the entire community-parents, faculty, staff, students and the others passionate about learning in Hong Kong-on cutting - edge issues in learning and to build a learning culture for all associated with HKIS. In many ways, our desire is to support the concept of “parents as educators” so we could strengthen the collaborative bond between the home and the school in the nurturing of our students.

Giving at HKIS

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