Appointments to Committee on Promotion of Civic Education announced


     The Government announced today (March 31) the appointment of five new members and the reappointment of 10 incumbent members to the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education (CPCE). The appointments of these 15 members will take effect from April 1, 2024, to March 31, 2026.
     The five newly appointed members are Miss Chan Nga-man, Ms Kimberly Kwok Hew-chee, Ms Lau Hoi-chi, Mr Lee Kang-pan and Ms Esther Sham Ei-hung. The 10 reappointed members are Mr Mac Chan Ho-ting, Mr Jonathan Chan Pok-chi, Ms Chan Wing-man, Mr Allen Che Wai-hang, Mr Andy Kwok Wing-leung, Miss Leung Yan-yan, Mr Robert Andrew Lui Chi-wang, Mr Frederick Poon Siu-chi, Mr Henry Tong Sau-chai and Mr Yiu Chun-kai.
     The Secretary for Home and Youth Affairs, Miss Alice Mak, welcomed the appointments and said that she was pleased to see new members coming from different sectors and professions who would give valuable advice to the work of the CPCE. She also expressed her appreciation to the outgoing members, Mr Karson Choi Ka-tsan, Ms Lusan Hung Lo-shan, Mr Lai Chin-hong, Mrs Christine Lau Ma and Ms Fonnie Leung Fung-yee, for their efforts and contributions to the CPCE during their term of service.
     The membership list of the CPCE, with effect from April 1, 2024, is as follows:
Mr Stanley Choi Tak-shing
Mr Mac Chan Ho-ting
Miss Chan Nga-man
Mr Jonathan Chan Pok-chi
Ms Chan Wing-man
Mr Allen Che Wai-hang
Ms Carol Cheung Nga-lai
Miss Catherina Choy Mei-wa
Mr Stephen Chua Yiu-yeung
Mr Dave Ho
Mr Kinsey Ho Ka-tsun
Ms Kimberly Kwok Hew-chee
Mr Andy Kwok Wing-leung
Ms Lau Hoi-chi
Mr Lee Kang-pan
Miss Christine Leung Wan-chong
Miss Leung Yan-yan
Mr Robert Andrew Lui Chi-wang
Mr Vincent Ma Chi-wai (Steven Ma Chun-wai)
Mr Frederick Poon Siu-chi
Ms Esther Sham Ei-hung
Mr Jan Noel Shih
Mr Henry Tong Sau-chai
Mr James Tong Wai-pong
Miss Shirley Wong Chi-lou
Ms Wong Kit-lin
Dr Yan Wai-kiu
Ms Jennifer Yeung Yin-chi
Mr Yiu Chun-kai
     The CPCE was established in 1986 as a non-statutory advisory body to promote civic education outside schools. It advises the Government on the objective and scope of civic education, promotes civic education outside schools through a range of publicity and educational programmes, and sponsors eligible organisations to carry out civic education projects.