KNIGHT COMMANDER Nathaniel William Hamish Macleod, CBE, JP. Mr Hamish Macleod joined the Hong Kong civil service in 1966. He has held a number of senior appointments in Government, including posts in the Civil Service Branch and the New Territories Administration, as well as Secretary for Trade and Industry. He was appointed Secretary for the Treasury in 1989 and became Financial Secretary in August 1991. COMMANDER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE Alistair Peter Asprey, OBE, AE, JP. Mr Asprey has been Secretary for Security since 1990. His previous senior Government service appointments include Private Secretary to the Governor, Secretary for Lands and Works and Deputy Secretary for Security. He joined the Civil Service in 1965. Dr George Choa Wing-sien, OBE, JP. Dr Choa has been chairman of the St John Council for Hong Kong since 1988. Over the last 10 years he has been involved in developing St John Ambulance Association and brigade activities, including the teaching of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and fund-raising for the association's new headquarters building. Simon Murray. Mr Murray was until recently the Group Managing Director of Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. He has been involved in Hong Kong's economic, political and social life and was a member of the board of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce and chairman of ''Honour Hong Kong'', a group of local professional and business organisations formed to maintain confidence in the territory. OFFICER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE Francis William Blackwell. Mr Blackwell was appointed chairman of the Refugee Status Review Board in 1989. He was responsible for setting up the procedures for handling appeals by Vietnamese migrants against decisions on their refugee status. Chan Wing-kee. Mr Chan is a garment manufacturer and has been a member of the Textiles Advisory Board since 1988. He has also been active in other areas of public service and is a member of a number of Government and trade committees and bodies. Vincent Cheng Hoi-chuen, JP. Mr Cheng is a senior executive of the Hongkong Bank and has been a member of the Legislative Council since 1991. He has also contributed to public and community service outside the council, particularly in the economic field and in rehabilitation for the physically handicapped. Marvin Cheung Kin-tung, JP. Mr Cheung has been a member of the Legislative Council since 1991 and has also been involved in other public and community service. He is a member of a number of committees and is the current chairman of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Society. He is a chartered accountant by profession. Fung Tung, JP. Mr Fung joined the Housing Department in 1960 and was appointed Director of Housing in 1990. For the previous eight years he was the deputy director responsible for estate management and operations, a period during which the size of the public housing stock more than doubled. Jerry Lam Chek-yuen, QFSM, CPM, JP. Mr Lam was appointed Director of Fire Services in 1992 and has served in the department for over 35 years. He has extensive knowledge of fire fighting and prevention and has attended many international conferences. Alice Lam Lee Kiu-yue, JP. Mrs Lam is the general manager and a director of the Hang Seng Bank Ltd. She has also been involved in a wide range of public and community services including tertiary education, the Family Planning Association and the Hong KongKidney Foundation. Norman Leung Nai-pang, MBE, JP. Mr Leung is a solicitor and company director and has also undertaken a wide range of public and community service. He is the commissioner of Civil Aid Services and, among many other activities, has been chairman of the Housing Authority Tenancy Appeals Committee and Complaints Committee. Philip Wong Kin-hang, MBE, JP. Mr Wong is a member of the Public Service Commission and has been involved in welfare and community service. A solicitor, he is a member and former director of the Community Chest, and a former chairman of the Tung Wah Groupof Hospitals. He has also been involved in education and the arts. MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE Chan Chak-chow. Mr Chan entered the civil service in 1960 and was transferred to the Immigration Department in 1964, where he has worked since. He was promoted to his present rank of clerical officer in 1973. Lucas Walter Chan Kwok-hei. Mr Chan joined the Education Department in 1960 and is now an acting senior assistant director. For over 20 years he specialised in pioneering work in the provision of education and rehabilitation services for the disabled. Veronica Chan Yiu-kam. Ms Chan is the president and a founder member of the Hong Kong Ladies Football Association. She has been connected with the sport for over 35 years and serves on nine out of the 12 Hong Kong Football Association sub-committees. ChoiHon-ming. Mr Choi joined the Government in 1962 and served in a number of departments before taking up the post of senior executive officer in the then Kowloon Police Region in 1985. He was closely involved in the organisational changes in the region in 1991. Chow Kwen-lim, JP. Mr Chow has been a member of the Shamshuipo District Board since 1982. He is chairman of the Shamshuipo Sports Association, president of the district Community Chest organising committee and is involved in a wide range of other community and welfare activities. Albert Ho Chun-keung. Mr Ho joined the civil service in 1959 and was promoted to senior principal executive officer - the top rank in his grade - in 1990. Mr Ho became departmental secretary of the then Medical and Health Department in 1984 and played a major role in the evolution of the present Hospital Authority. Ho Yung-sang, JP. Mr Ho has been chairman of the Tai Po District Board since 1988. He has a long record of community and public service in the district, having been a member of the Heung Yee Kuk since 1979 and chairman of the Tai Po Rural Committee from 1985 to 1991. Peter Eric Johnson, JP. Mr Johnson has been director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco for nearly six years. Previously he served in Transport Branch, the Industry Department and the City and New Territories Administration. Francis Stewart Kavanagh, CPM, JP. Mr Kavanagh joined the Royal Hong Kong Police Force in 1960. He left the force in 1989 with the rank of chief superintendent and took up his present appointment of chief staff officer to the Civil Aid Services. Lam Yau-sum. Mr Lam joined the police force in 1963 and was transferred to the Marine Department in 1965. He was appointed to his present post of training officer in 1977 with the responsibility of setting up the school to train crews to man the Government's fleet. Lau Ho-to. Mr Lau is employed in the City and New Territories Administration as a liaison assistant in the Eastern District. He has helped for over 17 years with the organisation of community activities and the resolution of district problems. Dr Law Yin-hang. Dr Law was a government dental officer for nearly 35 years and played a major role in the development of dental services in the territory and in the establishment of the Prince Philip Dental Hospital. He retired in October 1993 and now lives in Canada. Leung Wai-tung, JP. Ms Leung is a lecturer in geography at the University of Hong Kong. She has been a member of the Housing Authority since 1985 and was also a member of the special committee on clearance of the Kowloon Walled City. Dr Albert Li Sze-bay,JP. Dr Li is a school principal and belongs to a number of educational committees and similar bodies. He is also a member of the Wong Tai Sin District Board and takes part in a wide range of community activities. Loo Kwong-yun. Mr Loo is a blind person andhas worked in the Immigration Department as a telephone operator for nearly 30 years. He is skilled and experienced at dealing with telephone enquiries from members of the public. Peter Frank Moss. Mr Moss joined the Government's Information Services Department in 1965 and spent most of his career dealing with publicity and promotion work. He retired from Government service in May 1993 and now works in the private sector. Ng Jim-hong. Mr Ng has been a member of the Customs Services since 1958 and most of his career in customs control duties at check points. He will retire from Government service in January 1994. Thomas Henry Norcross. Mr Norcross came to Hong Kong in 1979 to take up the post of head-fencing coach at the then Jubilee Sports Centre. In 1988 he switched to an administrative role in sport. However, he continues to play an active part in coaching athletes, and particularly the disabled (he is a double amputee). Dr Pang Hau-chung, JP. Dr Pang joined the Government service in 1962 and was appointed Deputy Commissioner for Transport in 1989. He has been involved in a number of important transport projectsin the territory, including the management of major transport emergencies. Michael Shum Shiu-wai. The chief auditor of a major bank, Mr Shum has also been a volunteer member of the Civil Aid Services for over 37 years. An experienced officer with several civil defence professional qualifications, he is now the Kowloon Regional Commander. Sylvia Violet Sontag. Mrs Sontag has been the senior personal secretary to the commissioner at the Hong Kong London office for the last 18 years. During this period she has worked for seven commissioners. Jeffrey Tsang Yick-sang. Dr Tsang is a private dental practitioner specialising in orthodontics. He has been a member of the Dental Council since 1981 and its chairman since 1987, and has also been involved in many other professional bodies and activities. Philip James Weaver. Mr Weaver joined the Marine Department in 1974. He has been employed principally on search and rescue duties, he is now an acknowledged expert in this field and he has played a major part in many operations. Winifred Lilian Wheeler. Mrs Wheeler joined the Government in 1960 and then the Independent Commission Against Corruption in 1974. She was personal secretary to the director of operations from 1976 to 1985, when she was appointed to an investigation post. She retired in April 1993. Basil Wong Chi-wing. Mr Wong has completed 27 years' service with the Treasury. A physically disabled person himself, he has been an active community worker on behalf of the disabled. He is now on pre-retirement leave and living in Canada. San Yeung Kin-huen. Mr Yeung joined the dispenser grade of Government service in 1963. He was promoted to chief dispenser in 1987 and has been responsible for pioneering work on the computerisation of the dispensing service. MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (HONORARY) Chan Yeung-kwong. Mr Chan has been a volunteer member of the Civil Aid Services for over 37 years. He has been principally connected with despatch services, motorcycling duties (he helped train, and was for many years a member of the CAS motorcycle displayteam), training and the management of Vietnamese migrants. Lau Chin-tong. Mr Lau has over 35 years' service as a volunteer with the auxiliary medical services. He has led several different formations of the service in the New Territories and is currently adistrict commander. Mok Yue-tong. Mr Mok has been a butcher with the Urban Services Department since 1969. He was promoted to the rank of master butcher - the highest in the grade - in 1988 and is in charge of the cattle section of the Cheung Sha Wan abattoir. Yuen King-tong. Mr Yuen retired from the Customs Services in July 1993 after 35 years. He contributed to a considerable number of narcotics seizures and for the last seven years he worked at the customs and excise training school. MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (MILITARY DIVISION) (Former) Sergeant Chan Kwok-chung, Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force. Sergeant Chan joined the former Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force as a flight mechanic in 1970 and was promoted sergeant in 1980. He played a central part in the expansion of the force which resulted in a considerable increase in aircraft servicing and maintenance. Corporal Chung Man-hung, Royal Hong Kong Regiment (the volunteers). Corporal Chung has served with the Royal Hong Kong Regiment since 1973 and became a member of the permanent staff in 1978. He was appointed the commanding officer's driver in the same year and has now been the personal driver for seven commanding officers. Captain Leung Chun-chung, Royal Hong Kong Regiment (the volunteers). Captain Leung joined the Royal Hong Kong Regiment in 1962 as a volunteer and in 1987 he was appointed senior warrant officer, the highest position a non-commissioned officer can hold in the regiment. He was commissioned in 1993 and has since been involved with the training of volunteers. (Former) Flight Sergeant Wong Kin-hung, Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force. Flight Sergeant Wong joined the former Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force (RHKAAF) in 1971 and was promoted to flight sergeant in 1989. For the last 10 years of the RHKAAF's existence he was the senior non-commissioned officer in charge of controlling and monitoring the technical records for all aircraft and equipment. QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE James Souter Main, CPM. Mr Main joined the force in 1965, and was promoted to assistant commissioner of police in 1992. He has served in the uniform branch, crime investigation department and special branch. Recent postings have included crime wing headquarters and command of the police study team on the manning and command structure of the force. Anthony Joseph Mullins, CPM. Mr Mullins has been in the force since 1965 and he was promoted to Assistant Commissioner of Police in 1991. He has held a variety of posts, including commandant of the Police Training School, commander Wan Chai district and Deputy Regional Commander Kowloon. Peter Graham Oakey, CPM. Mr Oakey has been in the force since 1961 and was promoted to Assistant Commissioner of Police in 1992. His first three years were in the uniform branch and in 1965 he was transferred to Special Branch where he has remained. He has played rugby and squash for the force. Tsang Yam-pui, CPM. Mr Tsang joined the force in 1966 and was promoted to Assistant Commissioner of Police in 1992. He has served in the uniform branch, the criminal investigation department, on training duties and as deputy director, crime. COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE (ROYAL HONG KONG POLICE FORCE) Paul Andrew Barkley. Mr Barkley joined the force in 1968, and was promoted to senior superintendent in 1986. His entire career has been spent in the uniform branch and his postings have included ADC to the governor, deputy commandant of the Police TacticalUnit and deputy district commander Yuen Long. A keen sportsman, he has represented the force at rugby, tennis, cricket and squash. Harold Murdoch Blud. Mr Blud joined the force in 1967, and was promoted to senior superintendent in 1987. Most of his career has been spent in the uniform branch and postings have included command of Yuen Long Division, deputy district commander Yau Tsim and senior staff officer, Support Bureau. Peter Charles Burbidge-King. Mr Burbidge-King joined the force in 1974, and was promoted to senior superintendent in 1988. His service has been in the uniform branch and criminal investigation department and his appointments have included the planning and development branch and deputy commandant of the Police Tactical Unit. He is a former force rugby player and now coaches the game. Chan Kwan-suen. Mr Chan joined the force in 1959, and was promoted to station sergeant in 1978. His entire career has been in the uniform branch and he has been in charge of the Shamshuipo district traffic enforcement team since 1979. He has also been involved in district welfare activities. Annie Deptford Chu Ying-nee. Mrs Deptford joined the force in 1960, and was promoted to senior superintendent in 1982. She has served exclusively in the uniform branch, including specialised formations such as Marine Police headquarters, the Police Training School and the staff relations unit. She is a former force swimming champion. Michael Peter Dunn. Mr Dunn joined the force in 1968 and was promoted to superintendent in 1982. He has served principally in the uniform branch and criminal investigation department, including staff tours in the personnel branch and the operations wing, police headquarters. James Arthur Elms. Mr Elms joined the force in 1964, and was promoted to senior superintendent in 1987. He has spent virtually all his service in the uniform branch, principally in division stations and traffic, and more recently as senior staff officer operations, Kowloon East, auxiliary police. He is deputy chairman of the force's choir and a member of the Kidney Action Group. Brian Francis. Mr Francis has been a member of the force since 1968, and was promoted to superintendent in 1983. He served in theKowloon City division, traffic division and the Police Tactical Unit before transferring to Special Branch in 1972. He has been in Special Branch ever since. Glyn Edward Jones. Mr Jones entered the force in 1963, and was promoted to senior superintendent in 1983. He served in a number of posts in the uniform branch. He was in charge of the division co-ordinating the new police headquarters project and subsequently he was made the senior staff officer responsible for overseeing all new police buildings. Patrick Lai Pak-hay. Mr Lai has been in the force since 1966, and was promoted to superintendent in 1982. He has completed tours in the uniform branch and the criminal investigation department, including the Mongkok district and traffic divisions, and as commander of the Western and Wan Chai divisions. He has been active in force welfare and basketball. Lau Kai-mo. Mr Lau joined the force in 1961, and was promoted to station sergeant in 1972. He has served exclusively in the uniform branch, and since 1982, he has been with the traffic team and the police community relations office in Yau Tsim district. He has been active in district welfare activities and in the force painting and calligraphy club. Lau Kin-shing. Mr Lau joined the force in 1963, and was promoted to station sergeant in 1983. He has held a number of different posts in the uniform branch andcriminal investigation department in Mongkok, Yau Ma Tei and Kowloon City districts. He is a former force soccer player and now coaches. Lo Chu-hung. Mr Lo has been a member of the force since 1962, and was promoted to superintendent in 1982. He served in the uniform branch until 1971, criminal investigation department from 1971 to 1988 and subsequently in the traffic accident investigation unit, New Territories. Alexander Lo Wah-chun. Mr Lo joined the force in 1963 and was promoted to superintendent (force training officer) In 1988. He has worked in a number of different branches, and as an instructor before joining the training development division of the Police Training School. Off duty, he is active in the Hong Kong Management Development Centre. Lo Wing-hing. Mr Lo entered the force in 1959 and was promoted to inspector in 1980. Recent duties have been command of the Rennie's Mill sub-division, instructing at the Police Training School, personnel branch and the Kowloon West emergency unit. He hasbeen active in the Local Inspectors' Association. Lok Tak-chi. Mr Lok joined the force in 1962 and was promoted to station sergeant in 1980. He has served exclusively in the Marine Police and since 1972 he has instructed at the Marine Police Training School, specialising in visual aids. He has also been closely involved with the Junior Police Officers' Association. Peter Ng Chun-pong. Mr Ng entered the force in 1962, and was promoted to superintendent in 1988. He has served in the uniform, traffic and crime branches, including the accident investigation section, New Territories, crime investigation units in Tuen Mundistrict, traffic management for Kowloon and the staff relations branch. Ng Man-kim. Mr Ng has been a member of the force since 1968, and was promoted to senior superintendent in 1987. He has held a number of posts in the uniform branch and the crime stream including a secondment to Interpol in Paris, deputy district commanderShamshuipo and commandant of the Detective Training School. Albert Poon Cho-kee. Mr Poon is a company director. He joined the force as an auxiliary in 1972, and was promoted to chief superintendent (auxiliary) in 1987. He has held a number of operational and staff posts in the New Territories and Kowloon, including chief staff officer Kowloon West (auxiliary). Wong Chau-ho. Mr Wong joined the force in 1962, and was promoted to station sergeant in 1979. He has served exclusively in the uniform branch and his postings have included command of the Eastern District traffic team. He is also a member of the Eastern District welfare committee. (FIRE SERVICES DEPARTMENT) Chan Kui-luen. Mr Chan joined the Fire Services in 1962 and was promoted to principal fireman in 1978. He has served in the Kowloon operational command and as an assistant instructor at the Fire Services Training School. Kwok Hon-chung. Mr Kwok entered theFire Services in 1962, and was promoted to senior divisional officer in 1989. He has completed tours of duty in the operational, headquarters and fire protection commands and has been in charge at many hazardous incidents. Mak Kwai-pui. Mr Mak joined the Fire Services as an ambulance officer in 1975, and was promoted to senior assistant chief ambulance officer in 1991. He has worked in a variety of units, including the Ambulance Training School. He was the originator of theAmbulance Aid Motorcycle Scheme. Sung Sau-man. Mr Sung entered the Fire Services in 1963, and was promoted to senior divisional officer in 1992. He is a specialist in marine operations and almost his entire career has been spent in the marine division, where he has attended many major incidents. Peter Wong Kai-chi. Mr Wong entered the Fire Services in 1966, and was promoted to senior station officer in 1980. He has served in the fire services workshop and the fire protection command, specialising in the installation and design of fire protection systems. He will retire in February 1994. BADGE OF HONOUR Chan Kwok-leung. Mr Chan has been active in a wide range of community work in Tsuen Wan. He has been involved in youth affairs, sport, the arts and the District Fight Crime Committee. Dominic Chan Wing-kam. Mr Chan has worked in many community activities in the Wan Chai district: he has contributed to the arts, sports, youth work, care of the elderly and is a member of several local community groups. Jimson Chan Wing-tai. Mr Chan is the convenor of the Resource Centre Subcommittee established under the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education. He is also a member of the ICAC's Citizens Advisory Committee on Community Relations. Chang Bute. For 30years Mr Chang has provided a voluntary community service for the retired iron mine workers living in Ma On Shan village. This service has included establishing a recreation club and a home for the aged. William Chau Chun-wing. Mr Chau has been a member of the Regional Council for nearly 10 years. He has been chairman of the Tsuen Wan district committee since 1991 and has taken a particular interest in capital works programmes. Cheng Shu-ming. Mr Cheng has been a member of the Yuen Long District Board since 1991, and a member since 1987 of the Yuen Long district Fight Crime Committee, of which he is now chairman. He is also involved in sports activities. Wilson Cheung Chun-bong. Mr Cheung is general secretary of the Society of Boys' Centres, having joined the society in 1963. He is also involved in many other territory and district community activities. Cheung Yee-hing. Ms Cheung is the headmistress of the Cho Yiu Catholic Primary School and has been involved in education affairs for 30 years. She is also active in a wide range of community and social work. Ho Wan-wah. Madam Ho worked as a kindergarten teacher and headmistress from 1961 to 1977, and since then, as the supervisor of a nursery. She has devoted her entire working life to pre-school education and child care. Ko Chun-wa. Mr Ko is a professional social worker who has shown particular interest in the development of young people. He has also been active in community service in Southern district, where his work centre is located. Billy Lam Chek-yau. Mr Lam has a long record of community service in the Central and Western districts. He has been involved in a wide range of activities, including sport, the arts and the fight crime committee. Lee Cheuk-fan. Mr Lee is a primary school headmaster. He has also participated in the work of voluntary and kaifong associations in the Kowloon Walled City, Shamshuipo and Tsuen Wan districts. Leung Wo-ping. A member of the Tai Po District Board since 1985, Mr Leung has been particularly active inthe improvement of social services. He has also been involved in a wide range of other community work. Alfred Ng Hung. Mr Ng has a long record of charity work and community service. He has been particularly successful at organising fund-raising events and in sponsoring district activities. Tai Hay-lap. Mr Tai is a school principal in Tuen Mun and an enthusiastic educationalist. He has also been very active in civic education and earlier in 1993, he was appointed a member of the territory-wide committee on civic education. Ting Yin-wah. Mr Ting is a member of both the Regional Council and Kwai Tsing DistrictBoard. He has been chairman or a member of many district board committees and is chairman of the Kwai Tsing committee for the 1993-94 term. Tony Wan Tung-lam. Mr Wan has been closely involved in promoting services and activities for young people in the Islands district. He has been especially active in the fields of sports promotion, fight crime campaigns, civic education and the Auxiliary Medical Services. Wong Kwong-chi. Mr Wong is a school principal and a Shamshuipo District Board member. He has been particularly involved in the provision of services for young people and the district public education task force on mental health.