Joanna Kwok Wing-yan has become the first Hong Kong woman to attain the rank of chief engineer on seagoing vessels, breaking through the glass ceiling in a male dominated industry facing serious labour shortages.The 32-year-old secured the post, which is on the same level as a ship’s captain, despite the widespread failure of shipping firms in the city to recruit women – and her problems with motion sickness.Although female engineers are now common in Europe, they remain rare in Asia, with…