Commissioner for Tourism
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The Commissioner for Tourism heads the Tourism Commission of the Hong Kong Government, which reports to Economic Development Branch of the Economic Development and Labour Bureau. The Travel Agents Registry is part of the commission.
List of Commissioners for Tourism
- Cathy Chu (present)
- Philip Yung (2009–?)
- Margaret Fong (2007–2009)
- Eva Cheng (200?–2007)
- Rebecca Lai (7 December 2000 - 200?)
- Michael Rowse (May 1999–October 2000)
- "Organisation Chart". Tourism Commission. Retrieved 6 October 2015.
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