Chung Sze-yuen (centre) celebrates his birthday with government officials including chief executive Carrie Lam (to his right) on November 3, 2018. Photo: Handout Chung Sze-yuen (centre) celebrates his birthday with government officials including chief executive Carrie Lam (to his right) on November 3, 2018. Photo: Handout
Chung Sze-yuen (centre) celebrates his birthday with government officials including chief executive Carrie Lam (to his right) on November 3, 2018. Photo: Handout
Obituaries

Chung Sze-yuen, the voice of Hongkongers in the British colonial corridors of power, leaves a political legacy few can match

  • The former Executive Council convenor died on Wednesday aged 101
  • He went from engineering to education to the highest echelons of politics, where he eventually found ‘his life and the destiny of Hong Kong were forever fused’

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Chung Sze-yuen (centre) celebrates his birthday with government officials including chief executive Carrie Lam (to his right) on November 3, 2018. Photo: Handout Chung Sze-yuen (centre) celebrates his birthday with government officials including chief executive Carrie Lam (to his right) on November 3, 2018. Photo: Handout
Chung Sze-yuen (centre) celebrates his birthday with government officials including chief executive Carrie Lam (to his right) on November 3, 2018. Photo: Handout
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