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Lo Kin-hei (Chinese: 羅健熙; born 1 June 1984) is the Vice-Chairman of the Democratic Party and Southern District Councillor for Lei Tung II constituency.

Lo Kin-hei
羅健熙
Vice-Chairman of the Democratic Party
Assumed office
16 December 2012
ChairpersonEmily Lau
Wu Chi-wai
Preceded byEmily Lau
Sin Chung-kai
Member of the Southern District Council
Assumed office
1 January 2012
Preceded byWong Che-ngai
ConstituencyLei Tung II
Personal details
Born (1984-06-01) 1 June 1984 (age 35)
Hong Kong
Political partyDemocratic Party
Alma materUniversity of Hong Kong (BSW)
OccupationSocial worker
District councillor

CareerEdit

Born in 1984, Lo graduated from the University of Hong Kong with the Bachelor of Social Work in 2006.[1][2] He is a registered social worker.[3] He joined the Democratic Party and first contested in the 2007 District Council elections, contesting in the Lei Tung II constituency covering the Lei Tung Estate in Ap Lei Chau.[1] He lost in a narrow margin of 27 votes. He contested in the same constituency in the next District Council elections in 2011 and succeeded in taking a seat with 2,346 votes.

He was also member of the pan-democratic candidate list "Demo-Social 60" in the 2011 Election Committee Subsector election for the Social Welfare Subsector and was elected.

In the party leadership election in December 2012, Lo Kin-hei was elected as Vice-Chairman with his senior Richard Tsoi, becoming the youngest Vice-Chairman in party's history.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Tsoi, Grace (17 November 2011). "The Future of the Democratic Party".
  2. ^ "LO Kin Hei". The Democratic Party.
  3. ^ "Member Details of Southern District Council". Southern District Council.
Political offices
Preceded by
Wong Che-ngai
Member of Southern District Council
Representative for Lei Tung II
2011–present
Incumbent
Party political offices
Preceded by
Emily Lau
Sin Chung-kai
Vice Chairperson of Democratic Party
2012–present
Served alongside: Richard Tsoi
Incumbent