Sir Sze-yuen Chung was born on November 3, 1917, and died on November 14, 2018.
He was a Hong Kong politician.
Sir Sze-yuen Chung filled in as a Senior Member of the Executive and Legislative Councils amid the 1980s in the frontier time frame and the main Non-official Convenor of the Executive Council in the SAR time frame.
For his rank in the Hong Kong political field, he was nicknamed the “Incomparable Sir” and “Back up parent of Hong Kong legislative issues”.
A builder turned-lawmaker, Chung was designated to different open positions by the pioneer government including the administrator of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) during the 1960s before, Chung was an Unofficial Member of the Legislative and Executive Councils.
As a Senior Member of the Executive Council, Chung was included intensely in the Sino-British arrangements on the Hong Kong power in the mid-1980s, in which he looked to voice the worries for the sake of the Hong Kong individuals between the Chinese and British governments.
After his retirement from the provincial positions in 1988, Chung started to take Beijing arrangements of pre-handover posts.
During 1997, Chung was welcomed by Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa to wind up the primary Convenor of the official Members of the SAR Executive Council until his second retirement in 1999.
Sir Sze-yuen Chung passed away at 101 years old.