Michael Mak

Mr. Michael Mak

Michael Mak Kwok-fung (simplified Chinese: 麦国风; traditional Chinese: 麥國風) (born 23 August 1955 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong politician. He is an elected representative of the Wan Chai District.[1] He was the founding deputy chairman of the League of Social Democrats, and was elected to the Advisory Council of the party in 2010. He is a registered mental nurse, was elected into the Legislative Council of Hong Kong from 2000 to 2004 through the health services functional constituency. He worked with Castle Peak Hospital and Prince of Wales Hospital, and now serves as Department Operations Manager at Kwai Chung Hospital.[2]

In 2008, Mak was denied entry to Macau to attend a meeting on nursing when the Olympic torch relay was being held in there.[3]


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Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Preceded by
Michael Ho
Member of Legislative Council
Representative for Health Services
Succeeded by
Joseph Lee
Political offices
Preceded by
Ada Wong
Member of Wan Chai District Council
Representative for Broadwood
Succeeded by
Pamela Peck
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