VIVIEN Fung Lau Cheung-chiu has dedicated her Badge of Honour to the tenpin bowling community in Hongkong. Fung was yesterday officially awarded the Badge in the Queen's New Year's honours list for her services to tenpin bowling over the past 20 years. ''I'm very, very happy, and very surprised. I never expected it,'' said Fung, chairman of the Hongkong Tenpin Bowling Congress. ''Although the Badge goes to me, it is for everyone in tenpin bowling in Hongkong. ''There are a lot of people who have helped the sport in Hongkong and this goes to all of them. The executive committee, Amateur Sports Federation & Olympic Committee and Mr Sales must also take credit.'' Fung has been involved in the sport since 1972, when she was chosen for the national side and is also an office bearer for the ASF & OC, for which A. de O. Sales is the president. She was part of the Hongkong team which won the bronze medal at the 1978 Asian Games in Bangkok. It remains her most memorable moment as an athlete. Fung became chairman of the Congress in 1986, the year in which the sport made history for Hongkong when Cat Che won the territory's first gold medal in the Asian Games in Seoul. Tenpin bowling is one of the most popular recreational sports in Hongkong. The territory have produced several international class bowlers and won several medals at this year's Pacific tournament. ''The Asian Games gold medal was a great achievement for Hongkong sport and I'm proud that it came through tenpin bowling,'' said Fung. Fung went to school at St Stephen's Girls College before spending her tertiary years at the Hongkong University. ''I was always an athlete,'' she said. ''St Stephen's placed a large emphasis on sport, so it is natural that I was going to be active in sport.'' Her sporting prowess was not limited to tenpin bowling. One of her best kept secrets, apart from her age, which she has steadfastly refused to reveal, Fung was a keen badminton player. She was part of a mixed doubles team that won the Hongkong national title in 1964. ''Badminton was my first love,'' she said. ''It was only in the early seventies that I started to bowl. I really enjoyed it from the beginning and put a lot of work into it.'' Hongkong's sporting community have featured regularly on the annual honours list. Two years ago, top Hongkong mixed doubles badminton pair of Amy Chan Lim-chee and Chan Chi-choi received British Empire medals after winning a gold medal in the Auckland Commonwealth Games.