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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chan.

Chan King-ming (simplified Chinese: 陈竟明traditional Chinese: 陳竟明Mandarin Pinyin: Chén JìngmíngJyutping: Chan4 Ging2 Ming4) was the vice-chairman of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong from 2004-06. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Environmental Science Program of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Academics

Chan King-ming earned his B.Sc and M.Phil degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and his PhD degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

He teaches a few blocks of lectures in foundation course in the Medical School, and a few courses in the Department of Biochemistry and the Environmental Science Program in CUHK, including Current Environmental Issues, Biochemical Toxicology and Methods in Toxicological Research in the Environmental Science Program and a post-graduate course named Molecular Cell Biology with other colleagues in the Biochemistry Department. Trained as a molecular biologist for his PhD and post-doctoral research, Professor Chan's research interests include gene regulation, marine biotechnology and environmental biochemistry.

Affiliations

Professor Chan was a member of the Hong Kong Professional Teachers' Union.

He is a current member of the Marine Biological Association in Hong Kong, and the Societies of Toxicology (SOT) and Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) in the United States.

Politics

Professor Chan is founding member of the Democratic Party. He was elected as Chairman of the New Territories East Branch in 1999, and later became minister of organization affairs and central committee member of the party. He ran for the chairmanship election in 2004 but lost to Lee Wing Tat. He was then elected vice-chairman of the party.

He ran again for the chairmanship in December 2006, but lost to Albert Ho. He did not ran for the vice-chairmanship in the 2006 election.

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