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Video: Intense bust-up between lawmaker Ann Chiang and Helena Wong unfolds at legislature

An intense quarrel unfolded between pro-Beijing lawmaker Ann Chiang and the Democratic Party’s lawmaker Helena Wong during Monday’s session of the Panel on Education.

The session was attended by Secretary for Education Eddie Ng Hak-kim. The row started as soon as Wong’s round began, with Chiang, who chaired the meeting, commenting that Wong “likes talking so much” after she invited the pro-democracy lawmaker to raise questions for Ng.

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Helena Wong (R), Ann Chiang (L). Photo: Youtube.

Wong complained about the attitude of Chiang, who then fired back, insisting that she had the right to reply to Wong’s criticism. The Democratic Party’s lawmaker asked Chiang to “shut up” several times, while Chiang stood firm and said she had the power to decide how to run the meeting.


Video: Localist lawmaker and pro-Beijing lawmaker share a moment at LegCo meeting

Localist lawmaker Cheng Chung-tai exchanged an awkward moment with pro-Beijing lawmaker Ann Chiang Lai-wan during Monday’s session of the Panel on Education.

The session was attended by Secretary for Education Eddie Ng Hak-kim and Deputy Secretary Chan Ka-ki. When Cheng sought to raise his last question to the officials about the controversial Territory-wide System Assessment for primary school pupils, Chiang – who chaired the meeting – asked the lawmaker to look at her when he spoke.

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Ann Chiang (L) and Cheng Chung-tai (R). Photo: Youtube.

Baffled, Cheng stopped and looked at Chiang for several seconds before the bell rang, signaling the end of his round.


Don’t give up the day job: Hong Kong lawmakers star in painfully out-of-tune LegCo karaoke video

Ding-dong-ding-dong… It’s the video no-one asked for. The karaoke hit of the year. Starring all your favourite Hong Kong legislators – and Ann Chiang.

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Photo: RTHK screenshot.

Produced by RTHK, the end-of-year LegCo karaoke video was released on Thursday evening on the channel’s Legco Review programme. It has since received over a thousand “likes” and 900 shares on Facebook.

Care to sing along?