Denis Chang

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Denis Chang Khen-lee
張健利
Member of the Executive Council
In office
1992–1997
Appointed by Chris Patten
Personal details
Born (1944-02-15) 15 February 1944 (age 74)
Sabah, Malaysia
Political party Article 45 Concern Group (2003-06)
Civic Party (2006-)
Spouse(s) Agnes Lee
Children 2
Alma mater St Joseph's School, Kuching Sarawak (1963)
Bristol University (1967)
Lincoln's Inn (1968)
Occupation Barrister-at-law

Denis Chang Khen-lee, CBE, QC, SC, JP (born 15 February 1944, Sabah, Malaysia —) was an appointed unofficial member of the Executive Council of Hong Kong (1992—97) and Queen's Counsel.[1]

He was also the chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association (1985—87), the founding member of the pro-democratic group Article 45 Concern Group and became the member of the Civic Party when the group transformed into party.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Read Their Lips (I): A dossier of political leaders in Hong Kong. Pace Publishing Ltd. p. 20.