Yeung Chun-kam, better known as 'the king of trousers', has the largest number of directorships among provisional legislature members. According to declarations of interests filed by members of the shadow body, Mr Yeung has 211 directorships and shareholdings in 258 companies. Mr Yeung, the vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance, is a director of Glorious Sun Enterprises Ltd, the Hong Kong Young Industrialists Council Ltd and the Hong Kong Buddhist Association. One of his main businesses is making jeans and other clothes for the mainland market and Australia, but he is also heavily involved in property investment. David Li Kwok-po sits on 86 boards of directors. Last year, Li declared 81 directorships to the Legislative Council, giving him more than any other elected legislator. Lo Suk-ching has no directorships or shareholdings. Apart from Mr Lo's signatures, his declaration form was blank. Of those with shareholdings, Frederick Fung Kin-kee and Bruce Liu Sing-lee of the Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood declared $300 worth of shares in the Shamshuipo Residents' Livelihood Concern Group Company Ltd. Hui Yin-fat solely owns a kindergarten-cum-nursery. Twenty-four of the 59 members who declared their interests owned properties overseas. Property surveying firm boss Leung Chun-ying, recently appointed to head a taskforce on housing strategy, owns property in Hong Kong, Shantung in China and Singapore. Liberal Democratic Federation chairman Maria Tam Wai-chu said she was involved in property development in China, including Shanghai. She has shareholdings in trading, jewellery, shipping, food and engineering firms. MEMBERS' INTERESTS Textile factory boss Yeung Chun-kam (main picture) admits to directorships of 211 companies, while banker David Li (far left) has 86. Leung Chun-ying (top left), the property surveying firm boss, owns property in Hong Kong, China and Singapore. ADPL leader Frederick Fung (top right) declared $300 worth of shares in a Shamshuipo firm, and solicitor Maria Tam said she was a director of firms involved in everything from property development to jewellery and food.