Medal for Bravery (Gold)

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The Medal for Bravery (Gold)
金英勇勳章
Medal for Bravery-Gold.jpg
Image of the medal
Awarded by  Hong Kong
Awarded for acts of gallantry of the greatest possible heroism or of the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger
Post-nominals MBG
Statistics
Established 1998
First awarded 1998
Precedence
Next (higher) Gold Bauhinia Star
Next (lower) Silver Bauhinia Star

The Medal for Bravery (Gold) (Chinese: 金英勇勳章, MBG) is the first rank in the Order of the Medal for Bravery. It is awarded for acts of gallantry of the greatest possible heroism or of the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger.[1] It was created in 1997 to replace the British honours system after the transfer of sovereignty to People's Republic of China and the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).

List of recipients[edit]

1998[edit]

  • Mr LEE Ying-kwong, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr Thomas Frederick Crosier LARMOUR, MBG (posthumous)

1999[edit]

  • Mr KWOK Kam-ming, MBG
  • Mr TAM Chung-keung, Joemy, MBG

2000[edit]

  • Mr LEUNG Kam-kwong, Donald, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr LOO Chun-ho, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr LAI Yiu-chung, MBG (posthumous)

2001[edit]

  • Mr CHIU Shun-on, MBG (posthumous)

2002[edit]

  • Mr Zafar Iqbal KHAN, MBG (posthumous)

2003[edit]

  • Dr TSE Yuen-man, MBG (posthumous)

2004[edit]

  • Mr CHEUNG Chun-wai, MBG (posthumous)

2005[edit]

  • Mr WONG Sai-kit, MBG

2006[edit]

  • Mr CHU Chun-kwok, MBG
  • Mr SIN Ka-keung, Wilson, MBG
  • Mr TSANG Kwok-hang, MBG (posthumous)

2007[edit]

  • Mr WONG Ka-hei, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr CHIN Kwok-ming, MBG

2008[edit]

  • Mr CHAN Siu-lung, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr SIU Wing-fong, MBG (posthumous)

2010[edit]

  • Mr WONG Fuk-wing, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr YEUNG Chun-kit, MBG (posthumous)

2011[edit]

  • Mr LEUNG Kam-wing, Ken, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr FU Cheuk-yan, MBG (posthumous)
  • Mr TSE Ting-chunn, Masa, MBG (posthumous)[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bravery Awards". Protocol Division Government Secretariat Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. 7 November 2005. Retrieved 28 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Recipients of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Honours and Awards". Civil and Miscellaneous Lists. Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. 1 July 2010. Retrieved 28 May 2011.