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Leung Chun-ying Wins Hong Kong Election

On March 25, 2012, thousands of people gathered outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai, protest by a small coterie of the 120 Election Committee election, they elect Mr. Leung Chun-ying for the next five years, the new Chief Executive. Hong Kong, a former British colony that was returned to Chinese rule in 1997, is an unrestrained global capital of commerce with Western-style rights and freedoms not seen on the mainla...

(L) Hong Kong's leader, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying is welcomed by King Philippe of Belgium prior to their meeting on 15 May 2014, at the Royal Palace in Brussels.


Mr. Leung Chun Ying 2012 160 x 120cm Acrylic on canvas

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists threaten to step up protests


Hong Kong's new chief executive Leung Chun-ying gestures as he prepare to leave the stage during an inauguration ceremony in Hong Kong, China, on Sunday, 01 July 2012. Leung becomes Hong Kong's third chief executive since China regained control of the city 15 years ago, after more than a century of British rule.

Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said that "one country, two systems" helps Hong Kong play a key role in implementing the Belt and Road Initiative. Leung made the remarks during the Hong Kong Super-Connecting the Belt and Road Roundtable Forum on Wednesday.

Hong Kong Leader Reaffirms Unbending Stance on Elections

Leung Chun-ying, Hong Kong’s chief executive, has shown no sign of softening his Beijing-endorsed stance regarding open elections in the city.

China says won't allow Hong Kong to be used as subversion base

China will not allow anyone to use Hong Kong as a base for subversion against mainland China or to damage its political stability, Beijing's top official in the territory told state television.