Leung Chun-ying, also known as CY Leung, is a former chief executive of Hong Kong. He assumed office on July 1, 2012, after defeating Henry Tang Ying-yen and Albert Ho Chun-yan. His term ended June 30, 2017.
Despite years of talk to end the practice, employers continue to dip into the pension savings of workers who need them most.
In the few months she still has left in office, the chief executive must continue to tirelessly control the Covid-19 pandemic, ensure a smooth transition to a new leader and prepare Hong Kong to mark the 25th anniversary of its reunification with China.
Transport chief Lam Sai-hung says several factors must be considered before scheme is implemented, such as potential strain on parking spaces and roads.
Leung denies endorsing a cryptocurrency platform or making any comments about it.
Charity concert to showcase singing talents of lawmakers called off by organisers in wake of civil servant’s banquet controversy.
John Lee says attendance of senior government figures at community events to be ‘coordinated’ and less extravagant ways of thanking civil servants should be considered.
Leung points to recent release overseas of audio version of book Hong Kong court deemed seditious content.
Former chief executive invites stakeholders to attend China’s digital summit next month.
New executive vice-premier in Beijing, Ding Xuexiang, poised to take over oversight role for Hong Kong and Macau.
Post learns that retiring vice-chairman Tung Chee-hwa will not be replaced, leaving Leung Chun-ying as only city CPPCC member at that level.
Former professor Chung Kim-wah retracts claims CY Leung had triad links and makes out-of-court settlement plus costs.
City has fared better than London’s ‘totally ineffective and dysfunctional’ political system, he says.
Leung, now a vice-chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, points to caseloads being kept at bay despite border reopening and festive break.
But consulting and recruitment professionals warn that Hong Kong faces hurdles in drawing companies back.
Leung Chun-ying emphasises importance of curbing property speculation, says city’s taxation and financial toolkit can be instructive for mainland China.
Ex-chief executive reveals in Facebook post that he visited internet giant’s office unannounced, with company representative vowing to rectify issue.
Hong Kong’s life sciences and healthcare sectors are poised for growth in 2023 after the city and mainland China remove the final restrictions on cross-border travel, according to speakers at an industry conference and a sector study published by Deloitte.
Jiang Zemin counted the city’s return to Chinese rule in 1997 as among his proudest achievements.
Appeal judges reject Department of Justice argument that use of Owen ‘incompatible’ with aims of Beijing-imposed national security law.
Former chief executive says decision ‘slap in the face’ for city lawyers and ‘unbelievable’ that Lai’s defence counsel is a foreign lawyer.
University president Rocky Tuan has been criticised for his handling of the redesign with lawmakers calling for an independent inquiry.
Governing council endorses move, with trio of lawmakers appointed to body saying they have demanded independent investigation into redesign.
Chinese University spokeswoman confirms switch back to previous version but does not explain reason for move.
Police write letter of complaint to Ming Pao newspaper over ‘not factual’ cartoon by artist Zunzi.
Leung Chun-ying addresses forum, argues that messaging from neighbouring cities is clear but ‘our eyes and ears’ are not in area.
Heung Yee Kuk also proposes changing rural zoning policies to allow high-rise blocks in certain areas.
Ambrose Lee, who served as Hong Kong’s secretary for security from 2003 to 2012, died in his sleep on August 14, aged 73.