Four newly elected members of the Legislative Council have declared their interests. Among them, Huang Jinhui declared that he is a professor and a columnist at the Chinese University. He is also an independent non-executive director of two investment holding companies. property.
As for Shang Hailong, the general manager of Shangtang Technology Hong Kong Company, he declared as the company's strategic consultant and owns properties in Futian, Shenzhen.
Chen Yongguang of the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong has declared to be a visiting associate professor of the Faculty of Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, a director of the HKBU Chinese Medicine Hospital, and a visiting professor of the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. He has a residential and a commercial property in Hong Kong, and holds shares in three medical companies.
He Jingkang, the nephew of the former chief executive of Macau, Ho Hau Wah, declared his holdings of farmland in the New Territories and shares in an investment and trading company.
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