Ma Fung-kwok (Chinese: 馬逢國) is a member of the Provisional Legislative Council and Legislative Council of Hong Kong from for Election Committee constituency and Sports, Performing Arts, Culture and Publication from 1997 to 2000 and 2012 to present. He has also been the leader of New Century Forum. He supported Leung Chun-ying in the 2012 Chief Executive race and is seen as an ally of CY Leung in the Legislative Council.


Ma Fung-kwok
馬逢國
Convenor of National People's Congress Hong Kong delegation
Assumed office
3 March 2018
Preceded byMaria Tam
Member of the Legislative Council
Assumed office
1 October 2012
Preceded byTimothy Fok
ConstituencySports, Performing Arts, Culture and Publication
In office
16 September 2001 – 30 September 2004
ConstituencyElection Committee
In office
1 July 1998 – 30 June 2000
ConstituencyElection Committee
In office
22 February 1997 – 4 April 1998
(Provisional Legislative Council)
Personal details
Born (1955-07-22) 22 July 1955 (age 64)
Hong Kong
Political partyNew Century Forum
Spouse(s)Kitty Leung
OccupationLegislative Councillor
Films Maker and Distributor
Media Executive

ControversyEdit

On 21 May 2018, Ma Fun-kwok, allegedly used his status as a legislator to bypass airport security rules to bring a 200g bottle of hair gel into the restricted area.[1]

ReferencesEdit

Legislative Council of Hong Kong
New parliament Member of Provisional Legislative Council
1997–1998
Replaced by Legislative Council
Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Election Committee
1998–2000
Seat abolished
Preceded by
Ng Ching-fai
Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Election Committee
2001–2004
Constituency eliminated
Preceded by
Timothy Fok
Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Sports, Performing Arts, Culture and Publication
2012–present
Incumbent
National People's Congress
Preceded by
Maria Tam
Convenor of National People's Congress Hong Kong delegation
2018–present
Incumbent
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Yiu Si-wing
Member of the Legislative Council
Hong Kong order of precedence
Member of the Legislative Council
Succeeded by
Charles Mok
Member of the Legislative Council