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Chan Ying lun

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Preceded by  Desmond Lee Yu-tai
Constituency  East Island

Name  Chan Ying-lun
Appointed by  Sir Edward Youde Sir David Wilson
Succeeded by  Martin Lee Man Sai-cheong
Alma mater  Cognito College, University of Hong Kong (BSocSc)
Occupation  Corporate Affairs Manager
Political party  Progressive Hong Kong Society, Hong Kong Democratic Foundation

Education  University of Hong Kong

Chan Ying-lun, OBE, JP (Chinese: 陳英麟, born 6 October 1950) is a former member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong and Eastern District Board.

He was brought up in the Shau Kei Wan squatters area and graduated from Cognito College and University of Hong Kong. He worked as the corporate affairs manager of the San Miguel Brewery Ltd.

He was first elected as the Eastern District Board member in 1982 and reelected in 1985 and 1988. He was appointed as the Legislative Council in 1983. In 1988 election, he defeated the incumbent Desmond Lee Yu-tai from the East Island electoral college constituency consisting of members of the Eastern and Wan Chai District Board by the margin of one vote. When the direct election was introduced in 1991, he lost his seat to the pro-democracy activists Martin Lee and Man Sai-cheong of the United Democrats of Hong Kong.

References

Chan Ying-lun Wikipedia


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