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Chief Executive Of Hong Kong
The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Special Administrative Region is the head and representative of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong

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Emblem Of Hong Kong
The Regional Emblem of the Hong Kong Special
Special
Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China came into use on 1 July 1997, after the transfer of the sovereignty of Hong Kong from the British to the People's Republic of China. The emblem features the same design elements as the regional Flag of Hong Kong in a circular setting. The outer white ring is shown with the caption of the official name of the territory in Traditional Chinese and the English short form, "Hong Kong".Contents1 History1.1 Colonial badge 1.2 Colonial arms 1.3 Display2 Current emblem2.1 Description 2.2 Display and use3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit]Colonial badge (1843-1959)Colonial badge[edit] The colonial badge was in use since 1843 in one version or another until it was replaced by the coat of arms granted in 1959. Throughout several revisions, the idea of the badge remained
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Chief Justice Of The Court Of Final Appeal
The Chief Justice of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal
Appeal
is the head of the Judiciary of Hong Kong
Judiciary of Hong Kong
and the chief judge of the Court of Final Appeal. The Chief Justice is one of four permanent members of the Court. During British rule between 1843 and 1997, the office was known as the Chief Justice of Hong Kong. The Chief Justice acts as the chief administrative officer for the courts system, and in that capacity serves as the spokesperson for the judicial branch; he is assisted by the Chief Judge of the High Court, who is responsible for the administration of the High Court and is accountable to the Chief Justice. The office of Chief Justice is second only to the Chief Executive of Hong Kong
Chief Executive of Hong Kong
in the Hong Kong order of precedence
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Rimsky Yuen
Yuen is a Cantonese
Cantonese
transliteration, which can refer to:Yuan (surname), the Pinyin transliteration of the Han Chinese surnames 袁, 元, 源, 原 and 苑 Ruan (surname), the Pinyin transliteration of the Han Chinese surname 阮 Chinese yuan, the basic unit of currency in ChinaSee also[edit] Yuen gongwon (UN Park), a burial ground for United
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Executive Council Of Hong Kong
The Executive Council of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(ExCo; Chinese: 行政會議; Chinese name before the transfer of sovereignty: 行政局) is a formal body of advisers to the Chief Executive of Hong Kong
Chief Executive of Hong Kong
that serves as a core policy-making organ of the Government of Hong Kong.[1] It was analogous to a cabinet or to other Executive Councils in the Commonwealth such as the Federal Executive Council of Australia, the Executive Council of New Zealand, and the Privy Council of the United Kingdom. The Executive Council exists to "advise" the Chief Executive in policy-making and the administration of the government
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Bernard Charnwut Chan
Bernard Charnwut Chan
Bernard Charnwut Chan
(1966-), GBS JP is a Hong Kong politician and businessman, the incumbent Non-official Convenor of the Executive Council.Contents1 Background 2 Family 3 References 4 External linksBackground[edit] Born in 1966 in Hong Kong with family roots in Chaoyang, Guangdong (Chinese: 陳智思), also known by his Thai name Charnwut Sophonpanich (Thai: ชาญวุฒิ โสภณพนิช; RTGS: Chanwut Sophonphanit),[1][2] He is the grandson of Chin Sophonpanich, the late Thai Chinese
Thai Chinese
founder of Bangkok Bank.[3] He graduated from The Hill School
The Hill School
in 1983 and Pomona College
Pomona College
in 1988 with a BA in Studio Art
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List Of Hong Kong Government Agencies
This is a list government agencies of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Government. The policies of the government are formulated decided by the bureaux led by secretaries and permanent secretaries are discussed in the Executive Council and implemented by the departments and agencies. Each department or agency reports to one or more policy bureaux, or directly to the Chief Executive, the Chief Secretary for Administration or Financial Secretary. Following his re-election in 2007,
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Hong Kong Civil Service
The Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Civil Service is managed by 13 policy bureaux in the Government Secretariat, and 67 departments and agencies, mostly staffed by civil servants. The Secretary for the Civil Service
Secretary for the Civil Service
(SCS) is one of the Principal Officials appointed under the Accountability System and a Member of the Executive Council. He heads the Civil Service Bureau (CSB) of the Government Secretariat and is responsible to the Chief Executive (CE) for civil service policies as well as the overall management and development of the civil service. His primary role is to ensure that the civil service serves the best interests of the community and delivers various services in a trustworthy, efficient and cost effective manner
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Legislative Council Of Hong Kong
The Legislative Council of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Special
Special
Administrative Region (Chinese: 香港特別行政區立法會; LegCo) is the unicameral parliamentary legislature of the
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President Of The Legislative Council Of Hong Kong
The President of the Legislative Council (Chinese: 香港特別行政區立法會主席) is the speaker of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong
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Andrew Leung
Andrew Leung
Andrew Leung
Kwan-yuen, GBS, JP (Chinese: 梁君彥; born 24 February 1951) is the current President of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong (Legco), representing the Industrial (First)
Industrial (First)
functional constituency. From October 2012 to October 2016, he was the chairman of Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA), the second largest party in the legislature.Contents1 Early life and education 2 Public service career 3 Legislative Councillor 4 President of the Legislative Council 5 Personal life 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksEarly life and education[edit] Leung was born on 24 February 1951 to a family who run a textile factory, the Sun Hing knitting company. He was educated in the University of Leeds and joined his father's family business
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Judiciary Of Hong Kong
The Judiciary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
is the judicial branch of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Special
Special
Administrative Region. Under the Basic Law of Hong Kong, it exercises the judicial power of the Region and is independent of the executive and legislative branches of the Government
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Court Of Final Appeal (Hong Kong)
The Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Court of Final Appeal (Chinese: 香港終審法院) is the final appellate court of Hong Kong.Contents1 Role 2 Building 3 Gallery 4 List of judges4.1 Permanent judges4.1.1 Former permanent judges4.2 Non-Permanent judges from Hong Kong4.2.1 Former non-permanent judges from Hong Kong4.3 Non-Permanent Judges from other common law jurisdictions 4.4 Former non-permanent judges from other common law jurisdictions5 See also 6 References 7 External linksRole[edit]This article is part of the series: Courts of Hong KongLaw of Hong KongA
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Geoffrey Ma
The Honourable Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma
Geoffrey Ma
Tao-li, GBM (Chinese: 馬道立; born 11 January 1956) is a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
judge, and serves as the 2nd and incumbent Chief Justice of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Court of Final Appeal. Between 2001 and 2010, he has held various positions in the High Court of Hong Kong, including Chief Judge, Justice of Appeal, and Judge
Judge
of the Court of First Instance. Before his judicial career, he was a barrister-at-law in private practice, and was qualified to practice in England and Wales, Hong Kong, Australia and Singapore.Contents1 Early life and education 2 Legal career 3 Reception 4 Family 5 References 6 External linksEarly life and education[edit] Born in Hong Kong. Geoffrey Ma
Geoffrey Ma
received his education near Manchester, England
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Paul Chan Mo-po
Paul Chan Mo-po, GBM, GBS, MH, JP is the current Financial Secretary of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
and former Secretary for Development
Secretary for Development
of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Special Administrative Region. He was a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
( Accountancy
Accountancy
functional constituency). He is an accountant and the former President of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA). He holds BBA and MBA degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he is an Adjunct Associate Professor. He has also studied at the Harvard Business School
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High Court (Hong Kong)
The High Court of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Special
Special
Administrative Region (Chinese: 香港特別行政區高等法院), consists of the Court of Appeal
Appeal
and the Court of First Instance; it deals with criminal and civil cases which have risen beyond the lower courts. It was named the Supreme Court before 1997
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