Yum Sin-ling

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Lawrence Yum Sin Ling[1] (traditional Chinese: 任善寧; simplified Chinese: 任善宁; pinyin: Rén Shànníng; born 1948) was a member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council from 1995 to 1997 and a district councillor for Kowloon City District of Hong Kong from 1994 to 1997 (Prince constituency). He is a founding member of a pro-Republic of China (Taiwan) political organisation 123 Democratic Alliance.

Yum contested in the Hong Kong Legislative Council election in 1998, but was unelected.

His son, Edward Yum, is a political activist in Hong Kong.

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  1. ^ "Geographical Constituency candidates NTW2". Elections.gov.hk. Retrieved 2013-10-01.
Legislative Council of Hong Kong
New constituency Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Election Committee
1995–1997
Served alongside: Lo Suk-ching, Choy Kan-pui, Anthony Cheung,
Ambrose Lau, Ip Kwok-him, David Chu,
Chan Kam-lam, Law Cheung-kwok, John Tse
Replaced by
Provisional Legislative Council