Ho Kai-ming (FTU)

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The Honourable
Ho Kai-ming
何啟明
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Member of the Legislative Council
Assumed office
1 October 2016
Preceded by Kwok Wai-keung
Constituency Labour
Member of the Kwun Tong District Council
Assumed office
1 January 2012
Preceded by Francis Tang Chi-ho
Constituency Pak Nga
Personal details
Born (1985-01-06) 6 January 1985 (age 33)
British Hong Kong
Political party Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions
Alma mater Wah Yan College, Kowloon
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Ho Kai-ming
Traditional Chinese 何啟明

Jonathan Ho Kai-ming (Chinese: 何啟明; born 6 January 1985) is a Hong Kong politician. He is member of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions (HKFTU) and member of the Kwun Tong District Council. In the 2016 Hong Kong Legislative Council election, he is elected to the Legislative Council of Hong Kong through Labour functional constituency.

He was educated at Tak Sun School and Wah Yan College, Kowloon. He graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.[1] He is member of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions and member of the social affairs committee of the HKFTU. He was first elected to the Kwun Tong District Council in Pak Nga in the 2011 District Council election.

He first participated in the 2012 Legislative Council election, standing in the fourth place in the FTU's Kowloon East ticket. In the 2016 election, he took the HKFTU's seat in the Labour functional constituency with Luk Chung-hung in the Legislative Council of Hong Kong.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Francis Tang
Member of Kwun Tong District Council
Representative for Pak Nga
2012–present
Incumbent
Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Preceded by
Kwok Wai-keung
Tang Ka-piu
Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Labour
2016–present
Served alongside: Luk Chung-hung, Poon Siu-ping
Incumbent
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Junius Ho
Member of the Legislative Council
Hong Kong order of precedence
Member of the Legislative Council
Succeeded by
Lam Cheuk-ting
Member of the Legislative Council