Chickeeduck CEO Herbert Chow on Monday announced plans to run for office in September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Winson WongChickeeduck CEO Herbert Chow on Monday announced plans to run for office in September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Winson Wong
Chickeeduck CEO Herbert Chow on Monday announced plans to run for office in September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong kids clothing chain founder, vaulted into spotlight by protest statue controversy, announces plan to run for Legco seat

  • Herbert Chow says he plans to contest for the seat of the sports, performing arts, culture and publication functional constituency
  • The freshly announced candidate first came to public attention last month when he displayed a statue of an anti-government protester in one of his stores

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Chickeeduck CEO Herbert Chow on Monday announced plans to run for office in September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Winson WongChickeeduck CEO Herbert Chow on Monday announced plans to run for office in September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Winson Wong
Chickeeduck CEO Herbert Chow on Monday announced plans to run for office in September’s Legislative Council elections. Photo: Winson Wong
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