Mr. Timothy T. T. FOK, GBS, JP

Mr. FOK is the President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 1998). He was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 1998 by the HKSAR Government and was awarded the “Silver Bauhinia Star” in 1999 and “Gold Bauhinia Star” in 2004 by the HKSAR Government for his contribution to public service. He was awarded Olympic Order in Sliver by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 2018.

Mr. FOK is the President of the Hong Kong Football Association (since 1997) and a Member of the FIFA Organizing Committee for the Olympic Football Tournaments. He is the Vice-Chairman of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government (since 2005) and a Member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. He was a Member of the Legislative Council of HKSAR (1997-2012) representing the Sports, Performing Arts, Culture and Publication functional constituency.

Mr. FOK currently is an Honorary Member of the International Olympic Committee (since 2017), was an IOC Member (2001-2016). He served in the IOC as Member of the following Commissions: Coordination for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad Beijing 2008 (2002-2008), Culture and Olympic Education (2007-2015), International Relations (2009-2015), Coordination for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad Rio 2016 (2010-2016), Public Affairs and Social Development through Sport (2015-2016), Culture and Olympic Heritage (2015-2017), Coordination for the XXIV Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 (2016-2017), Audit Committee (2015-2017).

Mr. FOK is also the Vice President of the Olympic Council of Asia (since 1999), Executive Committee Member of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), and Chairman of the ANOC Events Working Commission (since 2015).

He graduated from the Millfield College in United Kingdom and University of Southern California in USA.

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

Ms. LAU is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & 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.

Ms. LAU was the Hon. Secretary of the Hong Kong Olympic Academy (HKOA) (1988-2016) and currently is the Vice-Chairperson of the HKOA (since 2016). She is the Chairperson of the Women and Sport Committee (since 2000), the Chairperson of the Hong Kong Sports Stars Awards Organizing Committee (since 2005) and the Chairperson of the Public Relations and Corporate Communication Committee (since 2016).

Ms. LAU is a Member of the Hong Kong Coaching Committee (since 2015), and was the Chairperson of the Committee for a term from 2017 – 2019. She is also a Member of the Women & Sports Committee of the Olympic Council of Asia (since 2003). She is a member of the Correctional Services Department Complaints Appeal Board (since 2016). She was a Member of the Major Sports Events Committee under the HKSAR Sports Commission (2014-2018).

Ms. LAU currently is the Chairperson of Hong Kong Tenpin Bowling Congress (since 1986). She was the President of the Asian Bowling Federation from 1996-2004. She is the Hon. Life President of the Asian Bowling Federation since 2004. She is the Secretary General of the Federation International Des Quilleurs (which has been renamed as World Bowling in 2015) since 2011.

Ms. LAU was a Tenpin Bowling Bronze Medallist in the Women Trios Event of the Bangkok, 1978 Asian Games and participated in the bowling competition in the Seoul 1986 Asian Games. After retirement as an athlete, Ms. LAU continued her service in sports and was appointed one of the Hong Kong, China 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, 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, China Delegation in the Busan 2002 Asian Games, Macau 2007 Asian Indoor Games, Vietnam 2009 Asian Indoor Games, Incheon 2013 Asian and Martial Arts Indoor Games, Incheon 2014 Asian Games and Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games in 2018. She was appointed Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation in the Macau 2005 East Asian Games, Doha 2006 Asian Games, Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games, Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games, London 2012 Olympic Games and Phuket 2014 Asian Beach Games and Ashgabat 2017 Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games.

Dr. Karl C. KWOK, BBS

Dr. KWOK is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 1998). He was awarded the “Medal of Honour” in 2011 and “Bronze Bauhinia Star” in 2019 by the HKSAR Government.

Dr. KWOK is an Honorary President of the Windsurfing Association of Hong Kong, a Vice Patron of Hong Kong China Dragon Boat Association, an Honorary Vice President of Hong Kong Rugby Union, and Honorary President of Hong Kong Sailing Federation. He is 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 a Member of the Board of Trustees of Chung Chi College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, a Board Member of The Hong Kong-America Center, and a Trust Member of the Outward Bound Trust of Hong Kong Limited. He is also a Director of Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited, Chairman of the Major Sports Events Committee of the Sports Commission, a Member of Sports Commission and a Member of Harbourfront Commission of the HKSAR Government.

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, Haiyang 2012 Asian Beach Games, Incheon 2013 Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Tianjin 2013 East Asian Games and Incheon 2014 Asian Games, Dr. KWOK was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation. At the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, London 2012 Olympic Games and Phuket 2014 Asian Beach Games, he was the Deputy Chef de Mission. He was also 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 was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the City University of Hong Kong in 2008 and an Honorary Fellowship of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2017. He was conferred with an honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa by the Carleton College in 2018. He joined the Wing On Group in 1974. He has over 30 years of experience in senior management positions in banking and finance.

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

Mr. YUE is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China. He was awarded “Medal of Honour” in 2003 and the “Bronze Bauhinia Star” in 2016 by the HKSAR Government. He was appointed a Justice of the Peace by the HKSAR Government in 2008.

Mr. YUE is the Chairman of Hong Kong Table Tennis Association. He is appointed as Committee Member of Hebei Province of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. He is the Director of the Wo Hing Construction Co. Ltd. and Kwok Hing Investment Co. Ltd. He is a Member of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government, the Chairman of the Elite Sports Committee of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government, a Board Member of the International Table Tennis Federation, the Honorary Secretary-General of the Asian Table Tennis Union and the Honorary President of the Hong Kong Sports Press Association.

In addition, he was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games and Pyeong Chang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. He was also the Headquarters Official of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Singapore 2009 Asian Youth Games.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Brown University and a Master of Science from Stanford University.

Dr. T. Brian STEVENSON, GBS, JP

Dr. STEVENSON is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since November 2012). He was awarded the “Silver Bauhinia Star” in 1998 and “Gold Bauhinia Star” in 2018 by the HKSAR Government. He was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 2007. In 2011, he was awarded the IOC Trophy – Sport and Social Responsibility.

Dr. STEVENSON is Vice President of the Hong Kong Rugby Union (since 2016, also 1987-2001), and previously served as President (2001-2016), Chairman (1985-1987), Deputy Chairman (1984-1985) and Treasurer (1976-1980). He is an Honorary Steward of the Hong Kong Jockey Club and served as a Steward (1999-2014); Deputy Chairman (2008-2010) and Chairman (2010-2014). He was President of the Hong Kong Riding for the Disabled Association (2010-2014). He is also an appointed Member of the Council of the University of Hong Kong since January 2016 and an Honorary Professor in the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Business and Economics.

Business-wise Dr. STEVENSON was an Advisor for Asia-Pacific to BT Telecom, a Director of the Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation and a Member of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s Exchange Fund Advisory Committee. Amongst numerous appointments in the public and private sectors he has served a Director of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (2001-2013); the MTR Corporation (2002-2015); the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (1999-2004); the Ocean park Corporation (2000-2004) and as a Member of the Public Service Commission of the HKSAR Government (2004-2010) and of the General Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (1994-2000).

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. He was a Partner of Ernst & Young and its predecessor firms from 1976 and Managing Partner of the Hong Kong and China practice areas from 1981 until his mandatory retirement in December 1999.

He was the Olympic Attaché of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the London 2012 Olympic Games; Headquarters Official of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Tianjin 2013 East Asian Games and the Nanjing 2013 Asian Youth Game; Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Incheon 2014 Asian Games and the Jakarta and Palembang 2018 Asian Games.

Born and educated in Scotland, Dr. 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. He was conferred with an honorary degree, Doctor of Business Administration, honoris causa by the Open University of Hong Kong in December 2015. A keen sportsman from youth, Dr. STEVENSON still regularly plays golf and tennis and is a horse owner.

Mr. PUI Kwan Kay, SBS

Mr. PUI is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 2014). He was awarded the “Medal of Honour” in 2003, the “Bronze Bauhinia Star” in 2008 and “Silver Bauhinia Star” in 2016 by the HKSAR Government.

Mr. PUI is the Chairman of the Hong Kong Football Association, the Chairman of The Citizen Athletic Association, the Chairman of the Happy Valley Athletic 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 Vice-President of The Cycling Association of Hong Kong, China, the Honorary President of The Gymnastics Association of Hong Kong, China, the Honorary President of the Hong Kong Muay Thai Association, the President of the Hong Kong Sports Professional Association, the Vice-President of the Hong Kong Sports Press Association etc.

Mr. PUI was the Honorary Team Leader of both the Gymnastics Team and the Judo Team of Guangdong Province at the 7th and 8th All China Games. He also served as Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Danang 2016 Asian Beach Games, Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Incheon 2014 Asian Games and Jakarta and Palembang 2018 Asian Games.

Dr. Herman S. M. HU, SBS, JP

Dr. HU is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 2014). He was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 2000, awarded the “Bronze Bauhinia Star” in 2011 and “Silver Bauhinia Star” in 2017 by the HKSAR Government.

Dr. HU is the Deputy of the 12th and 13th National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China, and Chairman of Ryoden Development Limited. He also serves as Vice Chairman of The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, Independent Non-Executive Director of i-CABLE Communications Limited, Honorary President of the Hong Kong Cycling Association, Honorary Patron of Hong Kong Tennis 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 City University of Hong Kong Tennis Team, etc.

Dr. HU was a Member of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government (2005-2014), Chairman of the Major Sports Events Committee of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government (2003-2010), Director of Hong Kong Sports Institute (2004-2009), 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 / the Federation as Organizing / Selection Committee Member for the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Olympic Games, Asian Games, East Asian Games, All China Games and National Cities Games of the PRC. He also served as Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Jakarta and Palembang 2018 Asian Games and Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Ashgabat 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games. Besides, he was appointed by the International Tennis Federation as the Technical Delegate (Tennis) to 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). He also received the ITF “Service to the Game Award” in 2017. Additionally, he organized Guangdong – Hong Kong Cup Tennis Tournament in 2019.

He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1976 with a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. He was conferred an Honorary Doctor of Social Science by the City University of Hong Kong in 2018.

Mr. TONG Wai Lun, BBS, JP

Mr. TONG is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 2014). He was awarded the “Medal of Honour” in 2003, appointed a Justice of the Peace in 2012 and awarded the “Bronze Bauhinia Star” in 2016 by the HKSAR Government.

Mr. TONG is the Chairman of the Hong Kong Badminton Association Ltd since 2004.

He was a Member of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government (2009-2016), Chairman of Community Sports Committee of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government (2011-2016) He was appointed Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the 4th, 5th and 6th Hong Kong Games, which was held in 2013, 2015 and 2017 respectively.

Mr. TONG was Council Member and the Chair of Finance (1997-2009) as well as Vice President (2005-2009) of the Badminton World Federation. He was the Technical Delegate (Badminton) to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and was the Honorary Treasurer (2011-2015) of Badminton Asia Confederation. He also served as Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Jakarta and Palembang 2018 Asian Games.

Mr. TONG graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from University of California, Berkeley and received a Postgraduate Certificate in Accountancy from City University of Hong Kong.

Mr. Kenneth K. K. FOK, JP

Mr. FOK is the Vice-President of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 2016). He was elected as the Honorary Deputy Secretary General of the Federation (2009-2016). He is currently a Member of the International Relations Committee of the Olympic Council of Asia (since 2010). He was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 2016 by the HKSAR Government.

Mr. FOK is a Member of National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. Currently he is the Vice President of the Fok Ying Tung Group and serves as the Trustee of the Fundação Henry Fok. Mr. Fok plays an active role in sports development. He is the Vice Chairman of Elite Sports Committee and an Ex-Officio Member of Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government, a steering committee to advise the HKSAR Government on sports policy. Previous to these posts, he also served as a Member of the Major Sports Events Committee of the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government from 2011 to 2016 as well as a member of Community Sports Committee from 2015 to 2016. He is also the President of Asian Electronic Sports Federation, a member of Rules & Sports Committee of East Asian Olympic Committee, the President of the Gymnastics Association of Hong Kong, China, a Director of Hong Kong Sports Institute, Honorary President of Hong Kong Skating Union, the President of Hong Kong Sports Press Association, Vice Patron of Hong Kong China Dragon Boat Association, President of Tung Sing Athletic Association and Honorary Advisor of Special Olympics Hong Kong.

He was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games, Tianjin 2013 East Asian Games, Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games and Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games and Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games, Headquarters Official of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Singapore 2009 Youth Asian Games, Vietnam 2009 Asian Indoor Games, Muscat 2010 Asian Beach Games, Incheon 2014 Asian Games and Ashgabat 2017 Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games.

Mr. Fok also plays an active role in societal work, mostly focusing on youth work. He is appointed as a member of Youth Development Commission by the HKSAR government after serving as a member of Commission on Youth for 6 years from 2012 to 2018. He is also the councilor of the Hong Kong United Youth Association, the Chairman of the Committee of Youth Activities in Hong Kong. He also serves as a Trustee of the China Oxford Scholarship Fund, a charity to fund Chinese students to study in Oxford, and a Trustee of the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) Hong Kong.

He holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics and Management from Oxford University.

Mr. Ronnie M. C. WONG, BBS, JP

Mr. WONG is the Honorary Secretary General of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 2016). He was elected as Honorary Deputy Secretary General of the Federation (1992-2015) and was appointed as Acting Honorary Secretary General of the Federation (2015-2016). He is also a Member of Information and Statistics Committee of the Olympic Council of Asia (2019-2023). He was awarded “Bronze Bauhinia Star” in 2019 by the HKSAR Government.

Mr. WONG has served the public sector in numerous capacities. Currently he is the President of the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, the Bureau Member and Technical Open Water Swimming Committee Chairman of Asia Swimming Federation (AASF), and the Technical Open Water Swimming Committee Chairman of the International Swimming Federation (FINA), the Trust Member of the Outward Bound Trust of Hong Kong Limited and Trustee of World Wide Fund of Nature (WWF) Hong Kong.

He had served as Urban Councillor (1986-1999), District Board Member (1986-1999), Member of the Southern District Council (2000-2003), Chairman of Environmental Campaign Committee of the Hong Kong Government (1996-2004), Member of Basic Law Consultative Committee (1985-1992), Member of Management Committee of Jockey Club Ti-I College (1989-2011), and Director (1981-1983), Vice-chairman (1983-1985) and Chairman (1985-1986) of Po Leung Kuk. In addition, he was a Member of Youth Commission, Board Member of Jubilee Sports Centre and Member of Hong Kong Sports Development Board. He also served as Member of Athletes’ Committee of Olympic Council of Asia (2015-2019).

Mr. WONG represented Hong Kong in swimming having competed in Asian Games in 1966 and 1970 and in Water Polo in 1978, Olympic Games in 1968 and 1972, and Commonwealth Games in 1970. When he left his career of athlete, he served as headquarters official, Chef de Mission, etc for Hong Kong, China Delegation at various multi-sports Games since 1992. He was the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Cali 1995 Pacific Ocean Games, the Bangkok 2005 Asian Indoor Games, Changchun 2007 Asian Winter Games, Astana – Almaty 2011 Asian Winter Games, Nanjing 2013 Asian Youth Games, and Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. He served as Deputy Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Hiroshima 1994 Asian Games, Busan 1997 East Asian Games, Osaka 2001 East Asian Games, Busan 2002 Asian Games, Macau 2005 East Asian Games, and Doha 2006 Asian Games. He was Headquarters Official of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Shanghai 1993 East Asian Games, Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, and Vietnam 2009 Asian Indoor Games. He served as NOC Hon. Secretary General of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Danang 2016 Asian Beach Games, Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Sapporo 2017 Asian Winter Games, Ashgabat 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, Jakarta and Palembang 2018 Asian Games, Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games, and PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

After graduated secondary school from La Salle College in Hong Kong, Mr. WONG received a BSc (Hons) degree from the Armstrong University, California, USA, and a MBA degree from the Florida Institute of Technology, Florida, USA. He is Managing Director of Argos Enterprise (Holdings) Ltd., Chairman of Nanjing Argos Services Tourist Company Ltd., Wanzhou Argos Public Transport Ltd. and Argos Nanjing Physical & Recreation Development Ltd., and Director of Xuzhou China International Travel Services Ltd.

Mr. Edgar J. T. YANG, PDSM

Mr. YANG is the Honorary Deputy Secretary General of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 2016).

Mr. YANG has been the Secretary General of Hong Kong Shooting Association since 2006. He has also been the captain and seeded shooting representative of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) pistol and rifle shooting disciplines for Hong Kong, participating in ISSF competitions, namely the ISSF World Cup, ISSF World Shooting Championships, Asian Shooting Championships and South East Asia Shooting Championships since 2002. His principal employment is as the Marketing Director with Sun Hung Kai Real Estate Agency Limited. He has served the Hong Kong Auxiliary Police since 1989 and is now its Commandant of Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force.

Past Contribution to Shooting Sport:

  • Publisher of Gunners, the first Chinese guns and shooting sport magazine in the world (1990-1992)
  • Founder of Gunners Club, the first commercial all-weather indoor shooting club equipped with an armoury in Hong Kong (1993-1995)
  • Competition Director for the Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games Shooting Event
  • Founding Developer of the Hong Kong ISSF Air Gun Shooting Centre, a joint venture development with the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (since 2009)
  • Founding Developer of the Pillar Point Temporary Range in Tuen Mun, a joint venture development with the Environmental Protection Department (2015)

From 2005 to 2015, Mr. YANG was the manager of the Hong Kong Shooting Delegation to various multi-sports Games including All China Games in 2005, 2009 & 2013, Macau 2005 East Asian Games (with Mr. WONG Fai, Hong Kong ISSF Shooting Athlete, winning a Gold Medal in the Standard Pistol event), Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games, Doha 2006 Asian Games, Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and London 2012 Olympic Games, and one of the Hong Kong Shooting representatives of Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games.

Other Services:

  • Commandant, Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force, and was awarded the Police Distinguished Service Medal (‘PDSM”) in 2017
  • An Advisor to School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University (2007-2010)
  • A Mentor for Hong Kong Baptist University (since 2008)
  • A full member of the Association of International Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor (since 2011)
  • A serving qualified arms instructor and range officer recognized by Hong Kong Police Force (since 1993)
  • Member of HAB’s Elite Sport Committee (since 2017)
  • Headquarters Official of Hong Kong, China Delegation to the Asian Winter Games 2017 and Asian Games 2018
  • Supporting Member of the Advisory Committee of Fun to Move@JC 2018

 

Mr. YANG was a graduate of Journalism from Hong Kong Baptist College (now Hong Kong Baptist University) in 1979. He continued to pursue his graduate study in Journalism in University of North Texas, Texas, U.S.A. and received his Master of Arts in Journalism in 1981. Mr. YANG was awarded as one of the 40 Distinguished Alumni Communicators of School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University, in 2008.

Mr. WONG Po Kee, MH

Mr. WONG is the Honorary Deputy Secretary General of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since 2016). He was awarded the “Certificate of Commendation” in 2008 by the Home Affairs Bureau and the “Medal of Honour” in 2016 by the HKSAR Government.

Mr. WONG currently is the Director of Asiania Sport For All Association. He is the Chairman of The Judo Association of Hong Kong, China, the Treasurer of East Asian Judo Federation, the Supervisory Board Member of SportAccord Asia-Pacific Headquarters, the Vice President of the Hong Kong Sports Professional Association, the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Wushu Coach Federation and the Adviser of The Citizen Athletic Association etc. He is also a Member of the Community Sports Committee of the Sports Commission of the HSKAR Government.

Mr. WONG was the Technical Delegate (Judo) to the Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games and Tianjin 2013 East Asian Games, and the Judo Jury to the Osaka 2001 East Asian Games. He also served as the Chef de Mission of the Hong Kong, China Delegation to the 3rd Summer Youth Olympic Games held in Buenos Aires in 2018.

Ms. Fay K. F. HO

Ms. HO is the Honorary Deputy Secretary General of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (since December 2018). She was awarded the Badge of Honor by the Hong Kong Government in 1996.

Ms. HO is currently a Member of Elite Sports Committee and Major Sports Event Committee under the Sports Commission of the HKSAR Government. She is currently a Member of the Hong Kong Coaching Committee. She is a Director of the Hong Kong, China Rowing Association, the Vice President of the Asian Rowing Federation and a Council Member of the International Rowing Federation (FISA). She is also the Chair of FISA Para Rowing Commission and was Assistant Technical Delegate at the Paralympic Games in Beijing, London and Rio. She is an Honorary Advisor to the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Association.

Ms. HO represented Hong Kong in canoeing at the Olympic Games in 1984 and in rowing in 1992. She was also a medallist at the East Asian Games in 1993 and Asian Games in 1994, as well as winning numerous other world and regional rowing competitions. She was awarded the Hong Kong Sports Star of Year Award in 1989, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996. The Hong Kong Sports Press Association recognized her as an Outstanding Athlete of the Decade in 1998.

After retirement as an athlete, Ms. HO. attended the International Olympic Academy for Youth Participants and has served on a wide range of sporting, academic and community organizations both locally and internationally. She was also formerly Executive Director of Hong Kong Sports Association for the Mentally Handicapped, National Director of Special Olympics Hong Kong, and Secretary General of the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation.

Mr. Derrick L. W. WONG, FCCA, CPA

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

Mr. WONG has been practising as a Certified Public Accountant in Hong Kong for over 30 years. He is an associate of The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Ms. Stephanie H. S. AU

Ms. AU is the Chairperson of the Athletes Committee of the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong (2018-2022) and was appointed as the Officer (Athlete Committee Representative) of the Federation (2018-2022).

She is a swimmer and has represented Hong Kong at the 2008, 2012, and 2016 Summer Olympic Games. She is the holder of Hong Kong long course records in the 800M freestyle, 50M, 100M backstroke, 4×100M and 4x200M freestyle relay, together with short course records in 800M and 1500M freestyle, 50M, 100M, 200M Backstroke, 4×100M medley relay and 4×100M freestyle relay.

She graduated with a degree in environmental economics in the University of California, Berkeley.