Cheng Yiu-tong

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Cheng.
The Honourable
Cheng Yiu-tong
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Unofficial Member of the Executive Council of Hong Kong
Assumed office
1 July 2002
President Dr. Chee-hwa Tung
Sir Donald Tsang
Convenor Dr. Chun-ying Leung
HK deputy to the NPC of the PRC
Assumed office
17 March 2003
Congress 10th National People's Congress
11th National People's Congress
Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong
In office
17 September 1995 – 30 June 1998
Constituency Labour
Majority 1995: 684
Personal details
Born (1948-10-14) 14 October 1948 (age 68)
British Hong Kong
Nationality Chinese, Hong Kong
Alma mater Raimondi College
Jinan University

Cheng Yiu-tong GBM, JP (Chinese: 鄭耀棠; born 1948 in Hong Kong) is a non-official member of the Executive Council of Hong Kong. He was appointed as the president of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions in April 2000.[1] He is also the Hong Kong delegate to the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China.

On 1 July 2015, Cheng was adwarded the Grand Bauhinia Medal (GBM), the highest honour of the SAR, in recognition of his contributions to the formulation of labour policies and promotion labour relations in Hong Kong with pragmatic and reasonable approach which helped maintaining the business-friendly environment, and also promoting charity and social services to disadvantaged group and enchancing cooperation with the Mainland.[2]


  1. ^ [1] Xinhuanet
  2. ^ "Appendix: The citations of the award recipients of the 2015 Honours List". Hong Kong Government. 1 July 2015. 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Poon Kwong-wai
Chairman of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions
Succeeded by
Wong Kwok-kin
Preceded by
Lee Chark-tim
President of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions
Succeeded by
Lam Suk-yee
Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Preceded by
Tam Yiu-chung
Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Labour
Served alongside: Lee Kai-ming
Replaced by Provisional Legislative Council
New parliament Member of Provisional Legislative Council
Replaced by Legislative Council
Order of precedence
Lam Woon-kwong
Convenor of the Executive Council
Hong Kong order of precedence
Non-official member of the Executive Council
Succeeded by
Laura Cha
Non-official member of the Executive Council