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Preceded by
  
Simon Ip

Constituency
  
Legal

Constituency
  
Legal

Name
  
Margaret Ng


Preceded by
  
New parliament

Role
  
Politician

Succeeded by
  
Dennis Kwok

Party
  
Civic Party

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Succeeded by
  
Replaced by Provisional Legislative Council

Education
  
Boston University, University of Cambridge, University of Hong Kong

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Dr Margaret Ng Ngoi-yee (Chinese: 吳靄儀) is a politician, barrister, writer and columnist in Hong Kong. She was a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong from 1995–2012.

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In every legislative election held since the creation of the Hong Kong SAR, Ng has been returned with resounding majorities to represent the Legal Functional Constituency. Ng belongs to the Basic Law Article 45 Concern Group (the former Basic Law Article 23 Concern Group), a pro-democratic organization which has specifically campaigned against the efforts of the pro-Beijing administration to abridge the civil liberties of Hong Kong residents. Ng is also an executive committee member of the Civic Party.

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Biography

Before entering legal practice, Margaret Ng worked at the University of Hong Kong and Chase Manhattan Bank (now JP Morgan Chase). She also held senior positions in journalism, serving as publisher and deputy editor-in-chief of the Ming Pao newspaper; and as columnist for South China Morning Post.

Besides being a lawyer and journalist of profound experience and acumen, Ng is also an accomplished expert in the fields of philosophy and literature. She has written several volumes of critical studies on the wuxia novels of Jin Yong and earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree from Boston University.

She appeared in a BBC documentary, The Last Governor, which followed Chris Patten and the last years of British rule in Hong Kong.

Like many politicians from the Pan-democrat camp, Ng is denied entry into the Mainland. On 12 September 1999, she was barred travel there to attend a conference on China's constitution.

Academic history

  • B.A., University of Hong Kong (HKU)
  • M.A., University of Hong Kong (HKU)
  • PhD, Boston University(1976)(3 theories of despair: the Confucian, the Catholic and the Freudian)
  • B.A. (Law), University of Cambridge
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, University of Hong Kong (HKU)
  • References

    Margaret Ng Wikipedia


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