Sin Chung-kai

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Sin Chung-kai
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Member of the Legislative Council
In office
1 October 2012 – 30 September 2016
Preceded by Kam Nai-wai
Succeeded by Hui Chi-fung
Constituency Hong Kong Island
In office
1 July 1998 – 30 September 2008
Preceded by New parliament
Succeeded by Samson Tam
Constituency Information Technology
In office
11 October 1995 – 30 June 1997
Preceded by New constituency
Succeeded by Replaced by Provisional Legislative Council
Constituency New Territories South
Personal details
Born (1960-06-15) 15 June 1960 (age 58)
British Hong Kong
Nationality Chinese (Hong Kong)
Political party Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood (until 1990)
United Democrats (1990–94) Democratic Party (since 1994)
Spouse(s) Yvonne Sin Chan Ying-yee
Children 2
Alma mater University of Hong Kong (BSc)
Chinese University of Hong Kong (MBA)
Occupation Legislative Councillor
Sin Chung-kai
Traditional Chinese 單仲偕
Sin Chung Kai at Chinese Wikimedia Conference 2006

Sin Chung-kai, SBS, JP (Chinese: 單仲偕) (born 15 June 1960, in Hong Kong with family roots in Dongguan, Guangdong) is a former member of Hong Kong Legislative Council and former member of Kwai Tsing District Council. He was one of two vice-chairmen of the Democratic Party until December 2012, but now serves as a member of the Executive Committee.

In December 2012, he contested in the leadership election of the party, losing narrowly by 133 votes to 149 for Emily Lau, following the resignation of Albert Ho in the aftermath of the 2012 Legislative Council election.[1][2]

In his professional life he was an IT manager at HSBC.


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Political offices
Preceded by
Leung Kwong-cheong
Chairman of the Kwai Tsing District Board
Succeeded by
Chow Yick-hay
Legislative Council of Hong Kong
New seat Member of Legislative Council
Representative for New Territories South
Replaced by Provisional Legislative Council
New parliament Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Information Technology
Succeeded by
Samson Tam
Preceded by
Kam Nai-wai
Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Hong Kong Island
Succeeded by
Hui Chi-fung
Party political offices
Preceded by
Albert Ho
Vice Chairperson of Democratic Party
With: Tik Chi-yuen (2006–2008)
Emily Lau (2008–2012)
Succeeded by
Richard Tsoi
Lo Kin-hei