Hong Kong Skating Union 香港滑冰聯盟

HKSU Honorary Presidents

(Sorted by First Letter of Last Name)

Mr. FOK Kai Kong, Kenneth
Honorary President of Hong Kong Skating Union since 2011
Occupation:
Vice President, Fok Ying Tung Group

Education:
Bachelor Degree of Economics and Management, Oxford University BA (Oxon)

Current Community Service on Government Boards and Committees and Community Service:
Part-time Member of Central Policy Unit, HKSAR; Member of the Summer Youth Programme Committee 2009; National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Tianjin Committee Member; National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Guangzhou Panyu Standing Committee Member; President of the Gymnastics Association of Hong Kong, China; Hon. Treasurer of Hong Kong United Youth Association; Committee Member of Centum Charitas Foundation; Vice Chairman of the Y.Elite Association; Member of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce; Trustee of the China Oxford Scholarship Fund; Trustee of the World Wide Fund for Nature Hong Kong; Committee Member of All- China Youth Federation; Standing Committee Member of the Guangdong Youth Federation; Vice Chairman of the Guangzhou Panyu Youth Federation; Vice President of Panyu Overseas Friendship Association; Trustee of Fundação Henry Fok.

Previous Community Service on Government Boards and Committees & Community Service:
Member of the Summer Youth Programme Committee 2008; General Secretary of Hong Kong Youth Consortium for Olympic Celebration.

 

Mr. WAI Kee-Shun, SBS
Honorary President of Hong Kong Skating Union since 2003
Community Service on Government Boards and Committees and Community Service:
President of Tin Tin Daily News; Director of South China Evening; Director of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Reform Movement (1958) ;Director of  Po Leung Kuk; Chairman of Hong Kong Boxing Association; Chairman of Hong Kong Table Tennis Association; Chairman of Tung Wah Sports Association; Vice President of Hong Kong Football Association; Lifetime Honorary President of Hong Kong Muay Thai Association; Deputy to NPC Hong Kong SAR; Deputy to CPPCC; Member of the First Election Committee for the Hong Kong SAR .

Honor:
Silver Bauhinia Star(2002)

 

Ms. YANG Yang
Honorary President of Hong Kong Skating Union since 2011
Education:
BA, Guanghua School of Management, Tsinghua University (2007)

Community Service on Government Boards and Committees and Community Service:
Deputy to the 16th  National Congress of Communist Party of China;Deputy to NPC; Committee Member of the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA), Member of NOC; Founding member of Chinese Athlete Education Foundation, a non profit organization; TV Anchor, Olympic China, a weekly TV program broadcasted on Chinese Central Television Channel 4 (Internationally broadcasted Program); Member of Chinese Youth Federation, Consultant, Volunteer Committee of the Beijing Olympic Organizing Committee.

Sports career:
Chinese National Team Member, Short Track Speed Skating, (1995-2006); World Championship: gold medal in Individual Overall (1997-2002); World cups: gold medal in Individual Overall (1998-2002); Olympic Games: gold medal in 500m and in 1000m and silver medal in 3000m relay in 2002 in Salt Lake City, silver medal 3000m relay in 1998 in Nagano, bronze medal in 1000m in 2006 in Turin; Winner of 59 World titles throughout the professional career – Holder of Guinness World of Record with the most world titles in any sport.

Awards and distinctions:
Medal of Honor – World Labor Day; Voted as one of the ten most accomplished people in China below age 40; Voted as one of the ten most accomplished females in China; Medal of Honor – Women’s Day; Voted Woman of the Generation by “Chinese Woman” Magazine in 2002; Medal of Honor for most accomplished person under age 40; Four time winner of “ten most accomplished athletes in China”; Numerous medals of honor at the National level for Athletic achievements; Voted Best Female Athlete and Most Liked Female Athlete at the 2002 Chinese Sports TV awards, Charity Ambassador – Right to Play, a World Non-Profit Organization; Ambassador – Chinese National Bone Marrow Bank.

IOC History:
Member of the following Commissions: Women and Sport (2009-), Athletes’ (2010-).

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