Hilton Cheong-Leen (Chinese: 張有興, born 6 August 1922 in Georgetown, British Guyana) is Hong Kong politician. He is a former long-time Urban Councillor and former member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Cheong-Leen is the chairman and the founder of the Hong Kong Civic Association, which he founded in 1954. He was first elected as a member of the Civic Association to the Urban Council of Hong Kong on 1 April 1957 and also the Vice-Chairman of the Council. He served in the Urban Council until 1991.
Cheong-Leen was appointed to the Legislative Council in 1973 and indirectly elected in 1985 and served until 1988. Cheong-Leen was instrumental in pushing for nine years of compulsory schooling.
Cheong-Leen married in 1945 and became the father of two boys and two girls. His wife died in 1979. He is the father of the ballerina and designer Flora Cheong-Leen who is married to actor Russell Wong.
- Urban Council, Urban Council Annual Report, 1974
- Virginia Maher, "Hilton Cheong-Leen," in: South China Morning Post, 28 July 2003, p. 6.
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