Gilly Wong

Gilly Wong is the chief executive of Consumer Council in Hong Kong, and the vice-president of Consumers International, a federation of consumer organisations worldwide with over 240 members from 120 countries. She is active in public service, and current represents the council on many public bodies including the Competition Commission's Competition Policy Advisory Group and the Committee on Reduction of Salt and Sugar in Food.
Gilly Wong
Gilly Wong is the chief executive of Consumer Council in Hong Kong, and the vice-president of Consumers International, a federation of consumer organisations worldwide with over 240 members from 120 countries. She is active in public service, and current represents the council on many public bodies including the Competition Commission's Competition Policy Advisory Group and the Committee on Reduction of Salt and Sugar in Food.

Latest from Gilly Wong

Consumers need updated regulation to protect their personal data

With the convenience of online products and services comes risks, including of companies that access too much of consumers’ personal information, and the government needs to adapt legislation to this reality.

15 Mar 2018 - 3:19PM

With the convenience of online products and services comes risks, including of companies that access too much of consumers’ personal information, and the government needs to adapt legislation to this reality.

Consumers need updated regulation to protect their personal data
Hong Kong’s taxi trade must face up to competition and technology, through gradual change to the industry

The taxi trade’s objections to the Consumer Council’s proposal to liberalise the market progressively do not stand up to scrutiny. Modest changes must be introduced to increase consumer choice and raise service quality.

2 Feb 2018 - 7:06PM

The taxi trade’s objections to the Consumer Council’s proposal to liberalise the market progressively do not stand up to scrutiny. Modest changes must be introduced to increase consumer choice and raise service quality.

Hong Kong’s taxi trade must face up to competition and technology, through gradual change to the industry
How debunking the myths about infant formula can boost breastfeeding in Hong Kong
Can electric vehicles ever really meet Hong Kong’s transport needs?
Hong Kong needs to switch on to renewable energy
Responsible consumers must back the plastic bag levy