The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA) announced the re-appointment of the Chairman, Professor John Leong Chi-yan, and 15 existing members, and the appointment of Mr Kyrus Siu King-wai as a new member to its Consultation Panel until 28 February 2019.

Mr Henry Tang Ying-yen, Chairman of the WKCDA Board said, “I would like to express my gratitude to Professor John Leong, Chairman of the Consultation Panel and other members for serving as a bridge between WKCDA and the wider community, in particular the younger generation. I also welcome the new member, Mr Kyrus Siu, who will bring his expertise in volunteer management, social entrepreneurship and nurturing young people with creativity and leadership to the Consultation Panel.  I look forward to the continued support, advice and contribution of the Consultation Panel as we take forward the West Kowloon Cultural District project to the operation stage”

The Consultation Panel was established in accordance with section 20 of the WKCDA Ordinance to gather public views on matters relevant to the functions of the WKCDA.

Membership list of the Consultation Panel
(1 March 2018 – 28 February 2019) 

Professor John LEONG Chi-yan, SBS, JP

The Honourable Ronald ARCULLI, GBM, GBS, JP
Mr Chris IP Ngo-tung, JP
Mr Henry CHAN Chi-chiu, MH, JP
Ms Mimi CHEUNG Yee-may
Mr Christopher Wicky CHEUNG
Mr CHING Cheung-ying, MH
Mr CHOW Yick-hay, BBS, JP
Mr Andy HO Wing-cheong
Professor Lena LEE
Mr Wyborn LEUNG Wai-hong
Ms Yolanda NG Yuen-ting, MH
Mr Kyrus SIU King-wai*
Mr TANG Shu-wing
Mr Jason WONG Chun-tat
Professor Eric YIM Chi-ming, JP

*New member

West Kowloon Cultural District
Located on Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour, West Kowloon Cultural District is one of the largest cultural projects in the world. The vision of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority is to create a vibrant new cultural quarter for Hong Kong. With a complex of theatres, performance spaces and museums, West Kowloon Cultural District will produce and host world-class exhibitions, performances and cultural events, as well as provide 23 hectares of public open space, including a two-kilometre waterfront promenade.