Cheong U

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Cheong U
張裕
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture of Macau
In office
20 December 2009 – 20 December 2014
Preceded by Fernando Chui Sai On
Succeeded by Alexis Tam Chong Veng
Head of Commission Against Corruption of Macau
In office
20 December 1999 – 20 December 2009
Preceded by Luis Manuel Guerreiro de Mendonca Freitas
as High Commissioner Against Corruption and Administrative Illegality or Macau
Succeeded by Vasco Fong Man Chong
Personal details
Born 1957
China
Nationality Macau
Residence Macau
Alma mater University of Macau, Zhongshan University
Profession auditor

Cheong U (traditional Chinese: 張裕; simplified Chinese: 张裕; pinyin: Zhāng Yù; born 1957) is the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture of Macau. Previously he served as the head of Commission Against Corruption of Macau.

Born in China, Cheong went to Hou Kong Secondary School and obtained his bachelor's degree in public administration at the University of Macau's National Institute of Public Administration of Portugal and a Master of Public Administration from Zhongshan University in Guangzhou.

Cheong was a member of the Second Municipal Council of Macao and held other political titles:

  • Director of public health and environment of the Municipal Islands Council
  • appointed member of the Municipal Islands Assembly
  • Vice-chairman of the Executive Committee of the Municipal Islands Council
  • member of the Municipal Islands Assembly
  • Deputy Secretary-general of the Macao Association of Public Administration

Prior to the handover Cheong served in China related positions:

  • Member of the Selection Committee for the first government of MSAR

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Preceded by
Luis Manuel Guerreiro de Mendonca Freitas
as
High Commissioner Against Corruption and Administrative Illegality
Head of Commission Against Corruption of Macau
1999-2009
Succeeded by
Vasco Fong Man Chong
Preceded by
Fernando Chui Sai On
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture of Macau
2009-2014
Succeeded by
Alexis Tam Chong Veng