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Steve Hui Chun tak

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Employer  Hong Kong Police
Name  Steve Chun-tak
Yale Romanization  Heui Jandak
Jyutping  Heoi2 Zan3dak1
Traditional Chinese  許鎮德


Known for  Televised news updates during the 2014 Hong Kong protests

Steve Hui Chun-Tak is the chief superintendent at the public relations bureau of the Hong Kong Police. Hui became well known during the 2014 Occupy campaign, when he started to give daily televised updates from 30 September 2014. Hui's polite and friendly style of presentation was well received by the public and was liked by many including the protestors. A Facebook page '四點鐘許sir' (literally, 'Four O'Clock Hui Sir', where 'sir' is a Hong Kong polite form of address for a superior in the police, and 'four o'clock' referring to the time of his daily broadcast) created by a netizen on 8 October 2014 received more than 50,000 followers within a week.

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Career

In 2001, Hui held the position of Chief Inspector In 2008, he held the position of Yau Tsim District Operations officer. On 12 May 2008, he was promoted to the post of Superintendent of Police (SP) On 13 September 2010, he was promoted to the post of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) On 28 March 2014, Hui was promoted to the post of Chief Superintendent (CSP). Hui was then appointed as head of the public relations bureau In November 2015, Hui left the bureau to become district commander in Sham Shui Po.

Awards and appreciations

In 2004, Hui received the award Hong Kong Police Long Service medal and clasps to the medal.

The Hong Kong Hotels Association appreciated the work done by TST Division to achieve 20% reduction in hotel crime between May and June 2008, presented Certificates of Appreciation to Hui along with three officers of Yau Tsim District.

Sports

Hui is a member of the Police badminton team.

In 2001, Hui along with his team member Law Kam-hon won the 45 years and above age group Master Games Badminton Competition for organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.

In 2000 and 2001, Hui along with his team member Law Kam-hon won the 35 years and above age group Master Games Badminton Competition for organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.

In 2001, Hui along with Woman Detective Police Constable Tong Yee-man won the mixed doubles competition at the Police Annual Badminton Championships

In 2001, Hui leading the Police badminton team, won the 8th Disciplined Services Badminton Competition, after beating teams from the Fire Services, Customs and Excise, Immigration and Correctional Services Departments.

In 2014, Hui and his team played and won matches against the Hong Kong Medical Association's team, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA) and Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA).

Education

Hui studied Biology at the Hong Kong Baptist University.

References

Steve Hui Chun-tak Wikipedia


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