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Ms. Vivien C. C. LAU, BBS, JP

Ms. LAU is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 1996). She was awarded the Badge of Honor by the Hong Kong Government in 1993, appointed as the Justice of the Peace by the HKSAR Government in 2001, and awarded the “Bronze Bauhinia Star” by the HKSAR Government in 2011.

Currently she is the Hon. Secretary of the Hong Kong Olympic Academy (since 1988), the Chairman of the Women and Sport Commission (since 2000), the Member of the Women & Sports Committee of the Olympic Council of Asia (since 2002), the Chairman of the Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress (since 1986), the Life President of the Asian Bowling Federation (since 2004), and the Secretary General of the Federation International Des Quilleurs (since 2011).

She was the President of the Asian Bowling Federation (1996-2004).

Ms. LAU was the Bronze Medallist of Tenpin Bowling of Trios in the Bangkok, 1978 Asian Games and participates in the bowling event at the Seoul 1986 Asian Games. After retirement, Ms. LAU continued her service in sports and became the Hong Kong Delegation’s headquarters official at the Beijing 1990 Asian Games, Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games, Shanghai 1993 East Asian Games, Victoria 1994 Commonwealth Games, Hiroshima 1994 Asian Games, Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games, Pusan 1997 East Asian Games, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Osaka 2001 East Asian Games, Busan 2002 Asian Games, Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Bangkok 2005 Asian Indoor Games, Bali 2008 Asian Beach Games, Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Singapore 2009 Asian Youth Games, and Muscat 2010 Asian Beach Games. She was the Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Macau 2007 Asian Indoor Games and Vietnam 2009 Asian Indoor Games. She became the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Macau 2005 East Asian Games, Doha 2006 Asian Games, Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games, and Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games.

Mr. Victor C. F. HUI, GBS, JP

Mr. HUI is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 1998). He was appointed Justice of Peace in 1989 by Hong Kong Government, awarded the “Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire” (MBE) by the Queen in 1996, the “Sliver Bauhinia Star” by the HKSAR Government in 2004, and the “Gold Bauhinia Star” by the HKSAR Government in 2010.

He is the Member of the Hong Kong Sports Commission (since 2005), the Vice President of the East Asian Games Association (since 2005), the Honorary Steward of the Hong Kong Jockey Club (since 2007), the Chairman of the Hong Kong Playground Association (since 1986), the President of the Volleyball Association of Hong Kong, China (since 2000), the Vice Chairman of South China Athletic Association, the Hon. Life President of the Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress, the Hon. President of the Hong Kong Cycling Association, the Hon. President of the Hong Kong Table Tennis Association, the Hon. President of the Hong Kong Wushu Union, the Hon. President of the University Sports Federation of Hong Kong, China, the Hon. President of the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, the Vice President of the Hong Kong Sports Press Association, the Patron of the Hong Kong Football Referees' Association, and the Hon. President of the Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association.

He was the Chairman of the Elite Sports Committee (2004 - 2010), the Steward of the Hong Kong Jockey Club (2004-2007), the Chairman of the Hong Kong Sports Development Board (2003-2004), the Football Convenor of the South China Athletic Association (1969-1974), the Bowling Convenor of the South China Athletic Association (1977-1979), the Vice Chairman of the South China Athletic Association (1975-1977, 1980-1982, 1988-1990, 1992-1994, 1996-1998, 2000-2002, 2004-2006, 2008-2010), the Chairman of the South China Athletic Association - (1982-1984, 1990-1992, 1994-1996, 1998-2000, 2002-2004, 2006-2008, 2010-2012), the Vice President of the South China Athletic Association (1984-1986), the President of the South China Athletic Association (1986-1988), and the Chairman of the Hong Kong Football Association (1976-1979, 1982-1983, 1985-1988, 1991-1993, 1996-1999).

Mr. HUI was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation at the Osaka 2001 East Asian Games, the Busan 2002 Asian Games, the Athens 2004 Olympic Games and the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, and the Singapore 2009 Asian Youth Games. He was also the Headquarters official of the Hong Kong Delegation in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

Mr. Karl C. KWOK, MH

Mr. KWOK is the Vice-President of Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 1998). He was conferred an “Honorary Fellow” by City University of Hong Kong in 2008 and was awarded the “Medal of Honour" by the HKSAR Government in 2011.

He is the President of the Hong Kong Sailing Federation, the Chairman of the Wing On Company International Limited and a Director of the Tai Cheung Holdings Limited. Both companies are listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. He is the Chairman of the Board of The Trustees of Chung Chi College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, a member of University Council and Executive Council of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Chairman of The Hong Kong-America Center, a Trust member of The Outward Bound Trust of Hong Kong Limited.

At the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Macau 2007 Asian Indoor Games, Bali 2008 Asian Beach Games, Vietnam 2009 Asian Indoor Games, Muscat 2010 Asian Beach Games, He was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation. At the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, He was the Deputy Chef de Mission. He was also the headquarters official at the Bangkok 1998 Asian Games, Macau 2005 East Asian Games, Doha 2006 Asian Games, Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games, and Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games.

He was educated at Carleton College (BA, class of ’71), Minnesota and Wharton School (Class of ’73), University of Pennsylvania where he obtained an MBA degree. He joined the Wing On Group in 1974. He has over 29 years of experience in senior management positions in banking and finance.

Mr. Tony K. L. YUE, MH, JP

Mr. YUE is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China since 2006. He was awarded “Medal of Honour” in 2003 by the HKSAR Government and appointed as the Justice of the Peace by the HKSAR Government in 2008.

He also was the Chairman of Hong Kong Table Tennis Association (1992 – present) and appointed as a member of Hubei Province Committee of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference in 2003. He is the Director of the Wo Hing Construction Co. Ltd, TCIE Products Ltd, and Kwok Hing Investment Co. Ltd. He is also the Member of the Sports Commission of the Home Affairs Bureau (2009 – present), the Board of Director of the International Table Tennis Federation (1997 – present), the Chairman of the International Table Tennis Federation Junior Commission (2001 – present), the Hon. Secretary-General of the Asian Table Tennis Union (2001 – present), and the Hon. President of the Hong Kong Sports Press Association (2011 – present).

In addition, he was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation in the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games and the Headquarters Official of the Hong Kong Delegation in Singapore 2009 Asian Youth Games.

Mr. T. Brian STEVENSON, SBS, JP

Mr. STEVENSON has been a Vice-President of the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China since November 2012. He is a keen sportsman from youth, Mr. Stevenson still regularly plays golf and tennis and is a horse owner.

Born and educated in Scotland, Mr. STEVENSON has been resident in Hong Kong since 1970. He holds a Law Degree from Glasgow University (LL.B) and a Masters Law Degree (LL.M) from The University of Hong Kong. An accountant by profession he is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants of which he was President in 1996.

In 2011 he was awarded the IOC Trophy - Sport and Social Responsibility by the International Olympic Committee. He was the Olympic Attaché of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Mr. STEVENSON is President of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union, Chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club and President of the Hong Kong Riding for the Disabled Association.

Mr. PUI Kwan Kay, BBS, MH

Mr. PUI Kwan Kay has been the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China since 2014. He was awarded the “Medal of Honour” in 2003 and the “Bronze Bauhinia Star” in 2008 by the Hong Kong SAR Government.

Mr. PUI is the Chairman of The Citizen Athletic Association, the Chairman of the Happy Valley Athletic Association, the Vice-Chairman of the Hong Kong Football Association, the President of The Judo Association of Hong Kong, China, the President of the Hong Kong China Bodybuilding and Fitness Association, the Vice-President of the Hong Kong Basketball Association, the Hon. President of The Gymnastics Association of Hong Kong, China, the Hon. President of the Hong Kong Muay Thai Association, the President of the Hong Kong Sports Professional Association, the Vice-President of Hong Kong Sports Press Association, the Vice-Patron of The Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation etc.

Mr. PUI was the Hon. Team Leader of both the Gymnastics Team and the Judo Team of Guangdong Province at the 7th and 8th National Games of the People's Republic of China.

Mr. Herman S. M. HU, BBS, JP

Mr. Herman HU has been the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China since 2014. He was appointed as Justice of the Peace in 2000, and awarded Bronze Bauhinia Star in 2011, by the HKSAR Government

Mr. HU is the Deputy of the 12th National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China, Chairman of Ryoden Development Limited. He is appointed by the HKSAR Government to serve as the Council Chairman of the City University of Hong Kong, Member of the Hong Kong Sports Commission, Director of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited and Member of the Council on Human Reproductive Technology.

Mr. HU also serves as Director of i-CABLE Communications Limited, Honorary President of the Hong Kong Cycling Association, President of the Hong Kong Veterans’ Tennis Association, Honorary Life Vice President of the Asian Tennis Federation, Permanent Honorary President of the South China Athletic Association, Honorary Advisor of the Hong Kong Volleyball Association, Honorary President of the Hong Kong Wushu Union, Honorary President of the Hong Kong Sports Press Association, and Honorary Manager of the CityU Tennis Team, etc.

Mr. HU was Director of the Hong Kong Sports Institute (2004-2009), Chairman of the Major Sports Events Committee (2003-2010), Member (1998-2003) and Vice Chairman (2003-2004) of the Hong Kong Sports Development Board, Honorary Secretary of the Hong Kong Tennis Association (1988-2001), Secretary General of the Asian Tennis Federation (1989-2005), and President of the Hong Kong Cycling Association (2008-2012). He was appointed by the HKSAR Government as Organizing/Selection Committee Member for the Hong Kong Delegation in the Olympic Games, Asian Games, East Asian Games, All China Games and National Cities Games of the PRC. Besides, he was appointed by the International Tennis Federation as the Technical Delegate for the tennis competitions in the East Asian Games (2005 & 2013) and the Asian Youth Games (2013). He was President of the Organizing Committee for the Tour of Hong Kong Shanghai - Hong Kong Stage (2006-2008).

Mr. TONG Wai Lun, MH, JP

Mr. TONG is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China since 2014. He was awarded Medal of Honour in 2003 and was appointed Justice of Peace in 2012 by the HKSAR Government.

He is the Chairman of the Hong Kong Badminton Association Ltd since 2004. And he is the Honorary Treasurer of Badminton Asia Confederation since 2011.

Mr. TONG is a member of the Sports Commission of the Home Affairs Bureau since 2009. He has also been serving the Community Sports Committee since 2003 and is appointed Chairman since 2011. He is appointed Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the 4th and 5th Hong Kong Games, which was held in 2014 and to be held in 2016 respectively.

Mr. TONG was the Chair of Finance (1998 - 2009) as well as Vice President (2005-2009) of the Badminton World Federation. He was also the Technical Delegate (Badminton) to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

Mr. TONG graduated with a BSc Degree in Business Administration from University of California, Berkeley and received a Post Graduate Certificate in Accountancy from City University of Hong Kong.

Mr. PANG Chung, SBS

Mr. PANG currently is the Hon. Secretary General of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 1998) and has been the Hon. Deputy Secretary General of the Federation (1993-1998). Currently he is International Course Director of Olympic Solidarity, member of Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) Education Committee, Member of Elite Sports Committee of Sports Commission (2004-now), and the Assistant HonoraryTreasurer of the South China Athletic Association. He was also awarded the “Bronze Bauhinia Star” by the HKSAR Government in 2002 and the “Silver Bauhinia Star” by the HKSAR Government in 2010 for his distinguished services to Hong Kong Sports Community.

He was also the Convenor of the Sports and Recreation Industry Working Group, Skills Upgrading Scheme, Vocational Training Council (2003-2005); Board of Member of 2009 East Asian Games (Hong Kong) Limited; Hon. Secretary General of the Planning Committee of the 2009 East Asian Games and Secretary General of East Asian Games Association (2005-2009). Moreover, He was Track & field coach of the South China Athletic Association. Since 1974, he then was elected by turns the director, Secretary and Treasurer of the South China Athletic Association.

Besides, Mr. PANG was an elite track and field athlete in the 1950s and 60s, once holding the Hong Kong records of high jump and triple jump. Twice recipient of the Hong Kong Best Athlete of the Year in 1960 and 1970 respectively, he represented the territory to Jakarta 1962 Asian Games and Bangkok 1966 Asian Games. As a sports administrator, Mr. PANG was appointed Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Shanghai 1993 East Asian Games, Victoria 1994 Commonwealth Games, Hiroshima 1994 Asian Games, Pusan 1997 East Asian Games, Bangkok 1998 Asian Games, and Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games. But, above all, was his appointment as the Chef de Mission of the contingent to Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996 when Ms. Lee Lai Shan captured the first Olympic Gold Medal for Hong Kong. In addition, he was the headquarters official of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Bangkok 1978 Asian Games, Brisbane 1982 Commonwealth Games, Los Angles 1984 Olympic Games, Seoul 1986 Asian Games, Seoul 1988 Olympic Games, Beijing 1990 Asian Games, and Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games.

He was the BA (Hon) 1965 of the University of Hong Kong and M.Sc. 1995 of Leicester University. Career-wise, serving the government for more than three decades, Mr. Pang began as a secondary school teacher after graduation from the University and then an Education Officer in the Education Department in the 60s and the 70s. He was then appointed to the Ex-Urban Services Department to serve as a stadium manager for the construction of the first indoor stadium, Queen Elizabeth Stadium in 1980, and the Hong Kong Coliseum in 1983 which subsequently has created a vibrant environment that the territory has never been experienced, fostering a new culture of Cantonese pop music and spectacular indoor entertainment in Hong Kong. Rising from the rank of cultural manager, he became the Assistant Director of the Ex-Urban Services Department in the 1990 until his retirement from the civil services in 1998.

Mr. Ronnie M. C. WONG, JP

Mr. WONG was elected to the Honorary Deputy Secretary General since 1993. He was awarded the 10 Outstanding Young Persons of HK Award in 1983 and the Justice of Peace in 1992.

Currently he is the Chairman of the HK Baptist University-Department of Physical Education Advisory Committee, the Council Member of the Hong Kong Outward Bound Trust; the Trustee of WWF Hong Kong, the Advisor of Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, the Member of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (Nanjing City), the Deputy Director of the Ap Lei Kaifong Welfare Association, Director of the Hong Kong Institute of Fishery Ltd, the Hon. Advisor of the Pok Oi Hospital, Chairman of the Federation Internationale De Natation Amateur Technical Open Water Swimming Committee, Chairman of the Asian Swimming Federation Open Water Swimming Committee and the Hon. Secretary of the HK Amateur Swimming Association. He also is the Managing Director of the Argos Enterprise (Holdings) Limited and the Ocean Resources Development Limited. He also is the Chairman of the Dongguan Shatian Marina Club Ltd, the Nanjing Public Transport Argos Bus Services Co Ltd, the Wanzhou Argos Public Transport Ltd and the Argos Nanjing Physical & Recreation Development Ltd, and the Director of the Xuzhou China International Travel Services Limited.

He was the Urban Councillor (appointed on 9th July 1986, elected on 1st April 1995, appointed on 1st July 1997-31st December 1999), the District Councillor (appointed on 1st January 2000 to 31st December 2003). He was the Environmental Campaign Committee Chairman (1996-2004), the HK District Affairs Adviser to HK Xinhua News Agency Advisory Committee Member (1994), the Basic Law Consultative Committee Member (1985-1992), the Kwun Tong District Board Member, the Committee Member of the Jockey Club Ti-I College Management Committee (1989-2011), Members of the Panel of Adjudicators of Obscene Articles Tribunals, Board of Review on Long Term Prisoners Member (1981-1992), the 1981-83 of Po Leung Kuk Director, the 1983-85 of Po Leung Kuk Vice-chairman, the 1985-86 of Po Leung Kuk Chairman, the 1986-87 of Po Leung Kuk Advisory Board, Vocational Training Council Ship Repair Industry Training Committee Member, the Hong Kong Council of Social Services Trust Committee Member (1989-1991), Member of the Commission on Youth, the Chinese Temples Management Committee Member, the Jubilee Sports Center Board Member, the Mechanical Engineering Group of Metrication Committee Chairman (1981-89), and Director of the Hong Kong United Youth Associations Ltd, Member, the Hospital Authority-Hospital Governing Committee of Kwong Wah Hospital Committee Member, and the Member of the Hong Kong Sports Development Board (2003-2004) and the Executive Committee of the Kwun Tong Community Development Association Limited.

Mr. WONG represented Hong Kong in Asian Games in 1966, 1970 and 1978, Olympic Games in 1968 and 1972, and Commonwealth Games in 1970. When he leave his career of athletes, he served the title of the Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Hiroshima 1994 Asian Games, Pusan 1997 East Asian Games, Osaka 2001 East Asian Games, Busan 2002 Asian Games, Macao 2005 East Asian Games, Doha 2006 Asian Games. He was the Headquarters officials of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Shanghai 1993 East Asian Games, Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, and Vietnam 2009 Asian Indoor Games. At the Bangkok 2005 Asian Indoor Games, Changchun 2007 Asian Winter Games, and Astana – Almaty 2011 Asian Winter Games, Mr. WONG was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation.

After graduated from La Salle College in Hong Kong, he was the BSc (Hons) of the Armstrong University, California, USA, the MBA of the Florida Institute of Technology, Florida, USA, the Underwater Salvage & Mechanics Certificate from Professional Diving School, Cornwall, UK, the member of the Hong Kong Management Association and the member of the American Management Association.

Professor LEUNG Mee Lee

Professor LEUNG is the Hon. Deputy Secretary General of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China since 1998, and Director of Studies of the Hong Kong Olympic Academy.

She is the Adjunct Professor of the Department of Physical Education of the Hong Kong Baptist University (2011 – present), Director of the Management Company of Olympic House Limited, Member of the Community Sports Committee of HKSAR Government, Member of the Advisory Committee on Admission of Quality Migrants and Professionals for HKSAR Government, Chairman of the Industry Consultative Networks for the Sports and Recreation under the Employees Retraining Board and Chairman of the Academic Development Committee of the University Sports Federation of Hong Kong, China.

Professor LEUNG was the Professor of the Department of Physical Education of the Hong Kong Baptist University (2007-2010), Head and the Professor of the Department of Physical Education of the Hong Kong Baptist University (2005-2007), the Head and Associate Professor of the Department of Physical Education of the Hong Kong Baptist University (2000-2005), Associate Professor of the Department of Physical Education of the Hong Kong Baptist University (1993-2000), Principal Physical Education Officer of the Hong Kong Polytechnic (1987-1993), Senior Physical Education Officer of the Hong Kong Polytechnic (1978-1987), Physical Education Instructor of the University of Hong Kong (1970-1978). She was also the Member of the Hong Kong Sports Development Board (2003-2004).

She was the Headquarters official of the Hong Kong Delegation in the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games, Shanghai 1993 East Asian Games, Victoria 1994 Commonwealth Games, Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games, Busan 1997 East Asian Games, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Osaka 2001 East Asian Games, Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Macau 2005 East Asian Games, Doha 2006 Asian Games, Macau 2007 Asian Indoor Games, Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, and Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games.

She obtained her Ed.D. from the University of Leicester, M.Ed. from Oregon State University, and the B.Sc. from University of Oregon.

Mr. Kenneth K. K. FOK

Mr. FOK was elected the Hon. Deputy Secretary General of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China in 2009. He is the Member of the International Relations Committee of the Olympic Council of Asia (since 2010).

Currently he is the Vice President of the Fok Ying Tung Group and serves as the Trustee of the Fundação Henry Fok. He also is the Member of the Major Sports Events Committee of the Sports Commission of Home Affairs Bureau, HKSAR Government, the President of the Gymnastics Association of Hong Kong, China, the Member of the Commission on Youth, Home Affairs, HKSAR, the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong United Youth Association, the Vice Chairman of the Y.Elite Association, the Committee Member of the Centum Charitas Foundation, the Member of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Strategy, the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Tianjin Committee Member and the Standing Committee Member of the All- China Youth Federation.

Previously he was the Part-time Member of the Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government, Member of the Summer Youth Programme Committee, the General Secretary of the Hong Kong Youth Consortium for Olympic Celebration.

He was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games, the Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games and Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games, the headquarters officials of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Singapore 2009 Youth Asian Games, Vietnam 2009 Asian Indoor Games, and Muscat 2010 Asian Beach Games.

He holds a Bachelor Degree of Economics and Management from Oxford University (Oxon).

Mr. Derrick L. W. WONG

Mr. WONG Leung Wai is the Hon. Treasurer of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 1998).

He has been practising as a Certified Public Accountant in Hong Kong for the past 25 years. He is an associate of The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.