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Results of CPC election announced
     The Education Bureau (EDB) today (April 26) announced that 21 candidates had been elected to the 12th Council on Professional Conduct in Education under the teacher-nominated and organisation-nominated categories.

     Voting for the teacher-nominated category was conducted on April 6. Thirteen candidates were elected to the Council. They are:
Name of Elected

Number of
Secondary Schools
Aided Mr Ho Chi-wai 7,054
  Mr Chen Yan-kai 7,013
  Mr Fong King-lok 6,997
Government Mr Ngan Kit-yan 712
Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) and Private
Mr Tsang Sui-ming

Primary Schools
Aided Mr Cheung Fu-wing 8,205
  Ms Eva Yu Yee-wah 6,692
  Ms Wan Ngai-ting 5,770


Ms Denise Ng Tan


Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) and Private
Ms Law Pei-lee 1,042
Special Schools
  Mr King Chi-yu Uncontested
  Ms Elaine Kwan Shuk-ling 6,173
  Ms Lo Hau-lam 3,864

     Votes in the organisation-nominated category were counted yesterday by a representative of the EDB, witnessed by the representative from the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Mr Jonathan Ng, and the representative from the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors, Dr Tony Leung.

     In the organisation-nominated category eight candidates were elected. Among them, seven candidates were elected under the following categories:  Mr Alan Chow Ping-yan, Ms Josephine Tsang Git-ging, Mr Tse Chang-keung (School Sponsoring Bodies); Dr Chan Wai-kai, Mr Ho Pui-sing, Ms Lee Suet-ying (School Councils and Associations of School Principals); and Mr Pun Tin-chi (Associations of Teachers).

     Mr Li Chin-wa (Teacher Education Universities) was elected uncontested.

     The list of council members of the new term has been uploaded to the website of the Council (cpc.edb.org.hk).

     The Committee on Home-School Co-operation will nominate three parent representatives to the Council, while the Permanent Secretary for Education will nominate four council members comprising a representative of the EDB and three lay members.
     The new term council will serve a two-year term from May 1, 2017, to April 30, 2019.
Ends/Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Issued at HKT 16:30
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