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Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌) is a leading tax adviser in Hong Kong. He has been voted the world's 250 top tax advisers since 2008. He has been active in participating in public affairs since the 1990s to promote fair competition, the diversification of economy, responsible fiscal policy and housing policy, human rights and democratic reforms. He is a founding member of the Hong Kong Core Value Movement and the Synergynet. He is also a founding member and vice-chairman of the political think-tank, The Professional Commons.

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  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌) is a leading tax adviser in Hong Kong. He has been voted the world's 250 top tax advisers since 2008. He has been active in participating in public affairs since the 1990s to promote fair competition, the diversification of economy, responsible fiscal policy and housing policy, human rights and democratic reforms. He is a founding member of the Hong Kong Core Value Movement and the Synergynet. He is also a founding member and vice-chairman of the political think-tank, The Professional Commons.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; pinyin: Liáng Jìchāng; born 17 October 1962) is a leading tax adviser in Hong Kong. He has been voted the world's 250 top tax advisers since 2008. He has been active in participating in public affairs since the 1990s to promote fair competition, the diversification of economy, responsible fiscal policy and housing policy, human rights and democratic reforms. He is a founding member of the Hong Kong Core Value Movement and the Synergynet. He is also a founding member and vice-chairman of the political think-tank, The Professional Commons.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; pinyin: Liáng Jìchāng; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; Jyutping: loeng4 gai3 coeng1; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; Jyutping: loeng4 gai3 coeng1; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; Jyutping: loeng4 gai3 coeng1; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser. On 11 November 2020, he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. Professionally, he is a tax adviser and accountant. On 11 November 2020, he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
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  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌) is a leading tax adviser in Hong Kong. He has been voted the world's 250 top tax advisers since 2008. He has been active in participating in public affairs since the 1990s to promote fair competition, the diversification of economy, responsible fiscal policy and housing policy, human rights and democratic reforms. He is a founding member of the Hong Kong Core Value Movement and the Synergynet. He is also a founding member and vice-chairman of the political think-tank, The Professional Commons.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; pinyin: Liáng Jìchāng; born 17 October 1962) is a leading tax adviser in Hong Kong. He has been voted the world's 250 top tax advisers since 2008. He has been active in participating in public affairs since the 1990s to promote fair competition, the diversification of economy, responsible fiscal policy and housing policy, human rights and democratic reforms. He is a founding member of the Hong Kong Core Value Movement and the Synergynet. He is also a founding member and vice-chairman of the political think-tank, The Professional Commons.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; pinyin: Liáng Jìchāng; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; Jyutping: loeng4 gai3 coeng1; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician currently serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; Jyutping: loeng4 gai3 coeng1; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; Jyutping: loeng4 gai3 coeng1; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of political think tank The Professional Commons, and a founding member of SynergyNet, a policy think tank. Professionally, he is a tax adviser. On 11 November 2020, he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
  • Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong (Chinese: 梁繼昌; born 17 October 1962) is a democratic Hong Kong politician formerly serving as a member of the Legislative Council for the Accountancy functional constituency. Professionally, he is a tax adviser and accountant. On 11 November 2020, he was disqualified from the Legislative Council, along with three other lawmakers of the pan-democratic camp, by the central government in Beijing on request of the Hong Kong government. A mass resignation of pan-democrats the same day left the Legislative Council without a substantial opposition.
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