|The Most Revd
|Archbishop of Hong Kong|
|Province||Hong Kong Anglican Church|
|Diocese||Hong Kong Island|
|Installed||3 February 2007|
Paul Kwong (Chinese: 鄺保羅) is the second and current Archbishop and Primate of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui and Bishop of the Diocese of Hong Kong Island. He was elected and consecrated the bishop of the Diocese of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, on 30 December 2005, and 25 March 2006, respectively. Following his consecration, Kwong took up the post of coadjutor bishop until the retirement of his predecessor, the Most Reverend Peter Kwong. On 15 January 2007, Kwong was installed as the bishop of Hong Kong Island. He was elected the archbishop of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui on 3 February 2007.
Kwong is a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference of the People's Republic of China, members of which rarely express opinions unpalatable to the Chinese Communist Party. Kwong has been outspoken in support of the Beijing-appointed Hong Kong Government. Most recently, he has implied through Church newletters that his people should not be like lambs and should stay silent just like Jesus did on the cross. However, commentators and people more knowledgable about the bible have stated that Jesus did in fact voice out his pain while on the cross. Critics have also recently stated that the true lamb may be Kwong himself as he is using his status to please the CCP. 
- Jennifer Gold (13 February 2007). "Anglican Communion Elects New Primate in Hong Kong". Christian Today. Retrieved 22 April 2010.
- Tony Cheung and Lai Ying-kit (9 July 2014). "Reverend Paul Kwong tells congregation that pro-democracy advocates should keep quiet". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 9 July 2014.
|Anglican Communion titles|
|Bishop of Anglican Diocese of Hong Kong Island
|Archbishop of Hong Kong
|Primate of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
|Order of precedence|
Head of Office of the European Commission in Hong Kong
|Hong Kong order of precedence
Archbishop of Hong Kong
Sik Kok Kwong
President of the Hong Kong Buddhist Association
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