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Government announces appointments to Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health
     The Government announced today (September 30) the re-appointment of Mr Henry Tong Sau-chai and Dr Johnnie Casire Chan Chi-kau as the Chairman and the Vice-Chairman of the Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health (COSH) respectively, and the re-appointment of 10 incumbent members.
     The 10 incumbent members re-appointed are Mr Langton Cheung Yung-pong, Mr Clement Fung Cheuk-nang, Ms Sharmila Gurung, Dr David Lam Tzit-yuen, Dr Haston Liu Wai-ming, Professor Phoenix Mo Kit-han, Dr Loletta So Kit-ying, Mr Teddy Tang Chun-keung, Dr Stewart Tung Yuk and Dr Kelvin Wang Man-ping.
     All of the re-appointments will be effective from October 1, 2022, for a term of two years. 
     COSH is a statutory body established in 1987 to advise the Government on matters related to smoking and health. It is also tasked to advance public education concerning the effects of smoking on the community and individuals as well as to engage in smoking-related research.
     The full membership of COSH with effect from October 1, 2022, is as follows:
Mr Henry Tong Sau-chai (Chairman)
Dr Johnnie Casire Chan Chi-kau (Vice-Chairman)
Mr Langton Cheung Yung-pong
Mr Clement Fung Cheuk-nang
Ms Sharmila Gurung
Dr Tony Ha King-hang
Dr Daniel Ho Sai-yin
Dr David Lam Tzit-yuen
Dr Haston Liu Wai-ming
Professor Phoenix Mo Kit-han
Dr Loletta So Kit-ying
Mr Teddy Tang Chun-keung
Dr Stewart Tung Yuk
Dr Kelvin Wang Man-ping
Ms Sandy Wong Hang-yee
Controller, Regulatory Affairs, Department of Health
Ends/Friday, September 30, 2022
Issued at HKT 11:00
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