【更新：新一代堅爆男神召集人 — 蔡騏！】
RENEWAL: MEET OUR DASHING NEW CONVENOR – CHOY KI! (Please scroll down for English)
所以，我們今年3個召集人之中，有一個是新上任的。他就是我們的新一代堅爆男神召集人 – 蔡騏！有男神級外型的蔡騏是一名公司法律顧問，他對資訊科技、知識產權與私隱有關的法律十分熟悉，亦是在社運界內其中一個被視為既有政策遊說經驗、亦對法例草擬過程有一定程度熟悉的領袖。
Even though the Progressive Lawyers Group only have a two-year history, we already place great importance upon the continual renewal of our leadership team. In our Annual General Meeting last night, our members voted in a new term of Core Committee member , and amongst the 15 members of the our Core Committee, 6 have joined for the first time.
As for our Convenors, of those who served in the previous term, Jonathan Man and Kevin Yam will continue. In the coming year, both of them will do their utmost to facilitate the renewal of the PLG’s leadership. Wilson Leung, also a Convenor in the previous term, has decided not to stand again for the position, but he will remain a member of our Core Committee.
Thus, of our 3 Convenors this year, one of them is new to the role. He is our dashing new Convenor – Choy Ki! Apart from being ridiculously handsome, Ki is an in-house lawyer with in-depth knowledge of laws relating to information technology, intellectual property and privacy. He is also one of the leaders of civil society who can claim to have familiarity both with policy lobbying, as well as the legislative drafting process.
The PLG is honoured to have Choy Ki and other committed members of the legal profession to serve as our new Convenor and Core Committee members respectively. A huge thanks also to Wilson for serving as our Convenor in the past two years, and we look forward to his continuing service within our Core Committee. We also thank friends from al walks of life who attended our annual dinner last night, in particular our guest of honour, Martin Lee SC.
As long as we continue to have your support and forbearance when it comes to our work, we believe the PLG will keep renewing itself and continue to speak out for Hong Kong’s fundamental values. Thank you all!
Article was originally published in Stand News on 14 January 2017