Alan Leong Mr Leong is a member of the Legislative Council, representing the Kowloon East geographical constituency. Sparked by the legislation of the Basic Law Article 23, Mr Leong founded the Article 23 Concern Group in 2003 which later developed into the Article 45 Concern Group and the Civic Party earlier this year. He attended the University of Hong Kong and the University of Cambridge. He was chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association from 2001 to 2003. Richard Li Tzar-kai Mr Li is the younger son of tycoon Li Ka-Shing and younger brother of Victor Li Tzar-kui. He is chairman and executive director of PCCW Limited and Pacific Century Group in Hong Kong. He is also chairman of the Singapore-based Pacific Century Regional Developments. In August, he paid HK$280 million for a 50 per cent stake in Chinese business paper the Hong Kong Economic Journal. He promised no changes to the editorial content nor layoffs in the short term. Allan Zeman Mr Zeman is a German-born Jewish businessman in Hong Kong. He is known as Father of Lan Kwai Fong. In the 1980s, he started a restaurant in Lan Kwai Fong, which later developed into one of the most important bar and nightlife districts in the territory. It is now world famous. In 2004, Mr Zeman became the chairman of Ocean Park and managed to make the park more attractive, even after the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland. Alan Tam Wing-lun Mr Tam is a renowned Canto-pop singer and actor. He started his career in the early 1970s with a well-known band called Wynners which also featured singer Kenny Bee. In 2003, after the deaths of Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing and Anita Mui Yim-fong, he teamed up with singer Hacken Lee Hak-kan for a successful tour of Asia. The tour concluded last year. Mr Tam is still highly respected within the local showbiz scene.