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The Honourable Tanya Chan Suk-chong 陳淑莊 LL.B, P.C.LL Tanya Chan campaigning for LegCo in 2008 in Kornhill, Quarry Bay Legislative Council Member (Hong Kong Island) In office 2008–2012 Born 14 September 1971 (1971-09-14) (age 39) Hong Kong Political party Civic Party Residence Hong Kong Alma mater Sacred Heart Canossian College University of Hong Kong Occupation Legislative Councillor (Peak Constituency) Profession Barrister Website http://www.tanyachan.hk/ Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Tanya Chan Tanya Chan Suk-chong (traditional Chinese: 陳淑莊; born 14 September 1971, Hong Kong) is a Legislative Councillor (Hong Kong Island constituency) and is a member of the Central and Western District Council of Hong Kong (Peak Constituency). She is also a founding member of the Civic Party. Chan is sometimes known as the "Zhou Xun of the Civic Party".[1] Contents 1 Political career 2 Educational history 3 "Five Constituencies Referendum" 4 References 5 External links // Political career In the 2008 LegCo elections, Chan was elected into LegCo along with Civic Party leader Audrey Eu and Discovery Bay candidate Amy Yung. Educational history Sacred Heart Canossian College LLB, University of Hong Kong[2] Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, University of Hong Kong[2] "Five Constituencies Referendum" In January 2010, Chan, and other four lawmakers, Albert Chan, Alan Leong, Leung Kwok-hung and Wong Yuk-man resigned from LegCo, forcing a by-election, which they would treat as a "de facto referendum" to press the Central Government into allowing universal suffrage in Hong Kong.[3] On 16 May 2010, she was re-elected as a lawmaker in the by-election.[4] References ^ "Tanya Chan of the Civic Party", Next Magazine, 18 January 2007 ^ a b HK LegCo ^ Hong Kong MPs quit in attempt to push Beijing towards direct elections The Guardian, 26 January 2010 ^ Pro-democracy lawmakers win by-elections External links Tanya Chan's official website Legislative Council of Hong Kong Preceded by Martin Lee Member of Legislative Council Representative for Hong Kong Island constituency 2008 – present Served alongside: Jasper Tsang, Cyd Ho, Kam Nai-wai, Audrey Eu, Regina Ip Incumbent Order of precedence Preceded by Leung Kwok-hung Member of the Legislative Council Hong Kong order of precedence Member of the Legislative Council Succeeded by Albert Chan Member of the Legislative Council v • d • e Members of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong (2008–2012) President Jasper Tsang Geographical constituencies Hong Kong Island Jasper Tsang  · Cyd Ho  · Kam Nai-wai  · Tanya Chan^  · Audrey Eu  · Regina Ip Kowloon East Chan Kam-lam  · Alan Leong^  · Fred Li  · Wong Kwok-kin Kowloon West Starry Lee  · James To  · Priscilla Leung  · Raymond Wong^  · Frederick Fung New Territories East Emily Lau  · Nelson Wong  · Leung Kwok-hung^  · Andrew Cheng  · Ronny Tong  · Lau Kong-wah  · Gary Chan New Territories West Lee Cheuk-yan  · Tam Yiu-chung  · Cheung Hok-ming  · Albert Ho  · Albert Chan^  · Wong Kwok-hing  · Leung Yiu-chung  · Lee Wing-tat Functional constituencies Chan Kin-por  · Paul Chan  · Cheung Kwok-che  · Cheung Man-kwong  · Tommy Cheung  · Chim Pui Chung  · Vincent Fang  · Timothy Fok  · Raymond Ho  · Ip Kwok Him  · Ip Wai-ming  · Jeffrey Lam  · Lam Tai-fai  · Miriam Lau  · Patrick Lau  · Lau Wong-fat  · Joseph Lee  · Andrew Leung  · Leung Ka-lau  · Sophie Leung  · David Li  · Li Fung-ying  · Margaret Ng  · Pan Pey-chyou  · Abraham Razack  · Samson Tam  · Paul Tse  · Philip Wong  · Wong Ting-kwong  · Wong Yung-kan ^ denotes members who resigned in January 2010 and re-elected by the Hong Kong by-election, 2010 on 16 May 2010. Persondata Name Chan, Tanya Alternative names Short description Date of birth 14 September 1971 Place of birth Hong Kong Date of death Place of death