Hong Kong Mnemonics Research Institute
Hong Kong Mnemonics Research Institute was founded by Andy Fong and Angel Lai in 2012. HKMRI's mission is to foster and encourage the public to engage the world of memory sports by providing mnemonics training. It also helps students to apply mnemonics technique on different subjects for better study and work performance.
HKMRI provides training to different age groups, professional workers, companies and organisations. It also works closely with local schools and different charity organisations.
In addition, HKMRI conducted research in exploring the potential of the human memory capacity. In 2013, it has conducted a research project with NeuroSky lab in Hong Kong to see the difference in the brain wave between trained memory athletes and untrained people.