Hong Kong citizen Victor Tsang Shing-ngai was one of the passengers killed in the plane crash Sunday, his alma mater the Chinese University of Hong Kong said in a statement.
On his Twitter account, Tsang said "(my) profession is to advance sustainable development. Passion is to go camping with my 2.5-year-old son in our garden."
Tsang added that he speaks Chinese, English, French and Swahili. On his feed, he also championed gender equality:
Tsang had worked abroad in the nonprofit industry for years, the university said. At the time of his death, he was working for the United Nations in Kenya promoting environmental protection and sustainable development.
"Although he lived overseas for many years, he still cared about his alma mater's affairs. He returned to Hong Kong as a guest lecturer for the University's Global Studies Programme, and shared his views on sustainable development with students. He hoped to increase the level of concern for the environment and create a better future for the next generation. Mr. Tsang’s enthusiasm for promoting sustainable development was truly admirable."