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Michael Tien Puk Sun

Michael Tien Puk Sun (Chinese: 田北辰 1950 -) (born in Hong Kong with family roots in Shanghai) is a District Officer (Kowloon West) of the Liberal Party (Chinese : 自由黨). He is founder of The G2000 Group and the former chairman of the board of the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation (KCRC). He joined the Liberal Party in 2008, a party led by his elder brother, James Tien, a member of Legislative Council of Hong Kong. His personal website was launched on 25 April 2008.

Educational and professional qualifications

Master of Business Administration Harvard Business School, Massachusetts, USA
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Cornell University, New York, USA

Current public service

Chairman, Liberal Party Kowloon West Regional Office
Member of National People’s Congress, PRC (Hong Kong Deputy)
Chairman of Employees Retraining Board (ERB)
Chairman of Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR)
Member of Manpower Development Committee (MDC)
Member of Education Commission (EC)
Chairman of Retail Industry Working Group under the Skills Upgrading Scheme (EDB)
Supervisor of David Li Kwok Po College

Past public service

Chairman of Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation (KCRC)
Chairman of the Privatization Sub-group of the Business Advisory Group (BAG), under the Financial Secretary’s Office
Chairman of Wholesale, Retail, Import & Export Training Board, Vocational Training Council (VTC)
Chairman of Working Group on Professional Relevance Advisory Committee on Teacher Education & Qualification (ACTEQ)
Chairman of Advisory Committee to School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Member of Broadcasting Authority
Council Member of Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC)
Member of Language Fund Advisory Committee (LFAC), Education Department
Alternate Member of Listing Committee, Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Member of Hong Kong Sports Development Board
Director of The Community Chest of Hong Kong


Joined Liberal Party in 2008 and became District Office (Kowloon West)

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