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Appointments of members of Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education
     The Government today (March 29) announced the re-appointment of 10 members and appointment of six new members of the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education (CPCE), including two young members appointed through the Pilot Member Self-recommendation Scheme for Youth (the Self-recommendation Scheme), for a two-year term starting from April 1, 2018.
      The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, extended his gratitude to the six outgoing members, Professor Emily Chan Ying-yang, Mr Chau Hau-lap, Ms Hung Wing-chee, Ms Lee Pik-yee, Dr Mak Yiu-kwong and Mr Tang Fei, for their efforts in promoting the work of the Committee.
    The membership in the new term of the Committee is as follows:
Re-appointed members
Dr Chan Cheuk-hay
Dr Andrew Chiu Ka-yin
Mr Andrew Fan Chun-wah
Miss Sammi Fu Hiu-lam
Mr Roger Kwan Ho-yeung
Mr George Lau Ka-keung
Mr Timmy Lee Tan-chun
Miss Bella Lo Sung-yi
Ms Helen Lu Hai
Mr Tang Kwong-shing
New members
Mr Stanley Choi Tak-shing
Miss Hung Wing-ki (appointed through the Self-recommendation Scheme)
Mr Lai Chin-hong (appointed through the Self-recommendation Scheme)
Mrs Christine Lau Ma
Ms Fonnie Leung Fung-yee
Dr Wong Kwok-yan
Other non-official members of the Committee are as follows:
Ms Melissa Kaye Pang (Chairperson)
Ms Amy Fung Dun-mi
Miss Maisy Ho Chiu-ha
Mr Rex Ip Yik-nam
Reverend Peter Douglas Koon Ho-ming
Mr Lam Cheung-chi
Dr Raymond Lee Man-chun
Professor Lena Lee Ying
Mr Liu Ah-chuen
Ms Shirley Marie Therese Loo
Mr Laurence Tang Yat-long
Mr Wong Wai-kit
Mr Clement Woo Kin-man
Mr Eric Yeung Chuen-sing
     The official members of the Committee include representatives from the Home Affairs Bureau, the Education Bureau, the Information Services Department, the Department of Justice, the Social Welfare Department, the Hong Kong Police Force, Radio Television Hong Kong and the Independent Commission Against Corruption.
     The CPCE is a non-statutory advisory body tasked with the promotion of civic education outside schools. It advises the Government on the objective and scope of civic education, promotes civic education outside schools through a range of publicity and educational programmes, and assists in the implementation of various funding schemes to support non-governmental organisations in carrying out civic education projects.
Ends/Thursday, March 29, 2018
Issued at HKT 16:30
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