Family physician Donald Li Kwok-tung has been appointed to the Hospital Authority, replacing outspoken legislator Kwok Ka-ki. Dr Li is immediate past president of the Hong Kong College of Family Physicians. He also is an adviser of the Bauhinia Foundation. Authority members who are also directors of the Bauhinia Foundation, which is helping in the re-election campaign of Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen, are Anthony Wu Ting-yuk, chairman of the authority, and solicitor Lawrence Lee Kam-hung, chairman of Baker & McKenzie. Dr Kwok, who represents the medical sector in the legislature, was the only authority member not reappointed for another two years. The others - health services sector legislator Joseph Lee Kok-long, solicitor Vivien Chan, Chinese University medical faculty dean Fok Tai-fai, accountant John Lee Luen-wai, and architect Edward Ho Sing-tin - were reappointed for a new term that begins today. Dr Li was out of town and could not be reached for comment. Dr Kwok said Dr Li was a respected family physician but his association with the Bauhinia Foundation raised questions. 'If I were the government, I would try to avoid appointing people who are helping Donald to seek a second term,' Dr Kwok said. He was upset at not being reappointed and would continue to be critical of the authority. 'Whether they put me inside [the authority] is irrelevant. I will not give up.' Mr Lee, associate professor at the Open University, said: 'In my past two years my role had been to act as a check-and-balance mechanism and to monitor the executives of the Hospital Authority.'