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Electoral candidate for the Election Committee Constituency


Dear fellow Election Committee Member, 

Hello! I am Lillian Kwok. When I was young, I lived in a wooden house and grew up in a family of six living in a small space less than 100 feet. After graduating in 2000, I became a registered teacher as I am passionate about education. 

I actively used my spare time to participate in the volunteer services of different organisations - from frontline volunteers to committee members and directors in social welfare organisations. I took part in youth development work in uniformed groups. I also continuously participated in local and overseas volunteer work because I believe "life affects life", so I hope to give back to society with my life. 

The "Occupy Central" incident in 2014 marked a turning point in my life. I felt the anomalies in schools and imbalances in society, which made me extremely sad, and I knew that I had little power to make changes as a teacher. Finally, in 2018, I decid­ed to leave the stability of the teaching environ­ment. I began to serve as a community officer in Kwai Tsing District, reaching a new milestone and spreading positive energy in another role. 

I am always committed and dedicated to my work with strict self-discipline, which helps me be constructive and accomplish practical tasks. As an educator and community officer who served on the frontline, I have a clearer understanding of the problems faced by my frontline colleagues. By entering the Legislative Council, I hope to combine my own experience as an educator with the situation faced by frontline workers to participate in the policy-making process, push the government to carry out education reforms, and improve gover­nance efficiency.

KWOK Ling Lai, Lillian



KWOK Ling Lai, Lillian

Registered Teacher

Thin Stripes

fully support Lillian Kwok

PANG Cheung Wai, Thomas

TAM Yiu Chung

IP Kwok Him

Election Platform

To promote Hong Kong's reform and change, the DAB believes it is imperative to defend the hard-won stability. It would help improve governance efficiency and allow the government to focus on solving the population's most pressing concerns, such as housing, helping the underprivileged, and medical issues. By responding to people's most urgent needs, the government can blaze a new economic trail and help the youth spread their wings to accelerate long-term development. And by improving transportation, making the city greener and solving community problems, the government can create a more liveable city. As such, the DAB submits the following proposals and requests:

Establish a national identity, safeguard stability and security

Pass on Chinese culture, deepen understanding of the country, improve the legal framework, and ensure the safety and stability of the nation and Hong Kong


Reform the bureaucratic  structure to improve governance effectiveness

Build an efficient and responsible administration that possesses a macro view of society


Focusing on land reform to achieve housing for all

Accomplish the promised three-year wait for public housing, assist young families in becoming homeowners and bidding farewell to subdivided housing


Integrate into the national development plan and create a new economic outlook

Resume quarantine-free travel with the Mainland as soon as possible, make good use of Hong Kong's advantages to become a super-connector between the nation and the world

Invest in people's livelihood and support disadvantaged groups

Promote cross-border welfare to provide support to those in need


Reform medical services to relieve patients' distress

Reform the medical system to solve chronic issues of long waiting time, expensive medicine, and difficulty in acquiring cross-border services


Help young people to spread their wings and develop holistically

Educate the young so that they are loyal to the country, allow them to develop their bodies and minds to pursue their dreams fully


Improve transportation facilities to reduce people’s fare burden

Introduce new traffic management concepts and develop a green, smart, convenient and affordable transportation system


Solve problems in the  community and put people first 

Introduce  an accountability system at the district level to solve chronic problems in the community.


Build vibrant green city that has a rich culture

To energize the people, build more green infrastructure, cultivate cultured atmosphere, and enrich the city’s rich culture

Dear fellow Election Committee Member

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