Hong Kong people of British descent

Posted Oct 26, 2009
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  1. British expatriates in Hong Kong

    British expatriates in Hong Kong

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  2. British emigrants to Hong Kong

    British emigrants to Hong Kong

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  3. Hong Kong people of English descent

    Hong Kong people of English descent

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  4. Hong Kong people of Scottish descent

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  5. Hong Kong people of Welsh descent

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  1. Cecilia Cheung

    Cecilia Cheung


    Cecilia Cheung Pak-Chi (born 24 May 1980) is a Hong Kong actress and cantopop singer. She is the ex-wife of Nicholas Tse, thus being the former daughter-in-law of Patrick Tse and Deborah Lee Po-Lai. She and Nicholas have two sons, Lucas and Quintus Tse. She is considered a "Sing girl"—an actress who first received media attention through starring alongside Stephen Chow, and later went on to her own successful career. Cheung was involved in the 2008 Edison Chen photo scandal.

  2. Karen Mok

    Karen Mok


    Karen Joy Morris (born 2 June 1970), better known as Karen Mok or Mok Man-wai (莫文蔚) among Chinese-speaking communities, is a three-time Golden Melody Award-winning Hong Kong actress and singer-songwriter.

  3. Isabella Leong

    Isabella Leong


    Luísa Isabella Nolasco da Silva (born 23 June 1988), better known as Isabella Leong, is a Hong Kong-based Macanese actress and former singer.

  4. Grevinde Alexandra

    Grevinde Alexandra


    Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg, RE (born Alexandra Christina Manley on 30 June 1964) was the first wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark, the younger son of Queen Margrethe II.

  5. Dave Vitty

    Dave Vitty


    David Lloyd Vitty (born 24 April 1974 in Hong Kong) is a radio presenter working in the UK. He is best known as having worked alongside Chris Moyles at BBC Radio 1. He was originally a broadcast assistant on Moyles' early morning show, but soon became the show's head writer and 'Director of Comedy'. He moved with Moyles to the drivetime slot, and then to The Radio 1 Breakfast Show, during which time the programme was known as The Chris Moyles Show. In total, he spent 14 years from 1998-2012 working alongside Moyles.

  6. Louise Minchin

    Louise Minchin


    Louise Mary Minchin (née Grayson) (born 8 September 1968) is a British journalist and news presenter who currently works freelance within the BBC.

  7. Anthony Chau-Sang Wong

    Anthony Chau-Sang Wong


    Anthony Perry (born 2 September 1961), better known professionally as Wong Chau-Sang (黃秋生) or Anthony Wong, is a Hong Kong Film Awards winning British-Hong Kong actor, screenwriter and film director. Wong is perhaps best known in the West for his roles in the 1992 action film Hard Boiled, the 2002 critically acclaimed Infernal Affairs, and as General Yang in the 2008 Hollywood film The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.

  8. Sonija Kwok

    Sonija Kwok


    Sonija Kwok (Chinese: 郭羨妮, born in 22 July 1974) is a Hong Kong actress, currently works for TVB.

  9. Carl Ng

    Carl Ng


    Carl Ng (吳嘉龍, born March 27, 1976) is a Hong Kong actor and model. He is the son of Richard Ng.

  10. Josephine Bracken

    Josephine Bracken


    Marie Josephine Leopoldine Bracken (October 3, 1876 – March 15, 1902) was the common-law wife of Philippine national hero José Rizal during his exile in Dapitan in the province of Zamboanga del Norte in the southern Philippines. In the early morning hours of December 30, 1896, the day of his execution by firing squad, the couple were married in Fort Santiago, the place of his incarceration, following his reconciliation with the Catholic Church. The marriage is disputed by some sectors because no records were found regarding the union, discounting the unusual events of that day, even if it was attested by Josephine herself and the officiating priest.

  11. Belinda Hamnett

    Belinda Hamnett


    Belinda Hamnett (Chinese: 韓君婷; Cantonese: Hon Kwun-Ting) born 28 September 1975 in Hong Kong is an actress, model and ex-beauty queen. Being crowned Miss Asia Pageant 1997 effectively launched her career in the fashion and entertainment industry. The model turned Hong Kong film actress currently lives in Singapore.

  12. Robert Hotung

    Robert Hotung


    Sir Robert Ho Tung Bosman, KBE (22 December 1862 – 26 April 1956), better known as Sir Robert Hotung, was an influential Hong Kong businessman and philanthropist in British Hong Kong. Known as "the grand old man of Hong Kong", Hotung was knighted in 1915 and 1955.

  13. Emmy the Great

    Emmy the Great


    Emma-Lee Moss (born c.), known by her stage name Emmy the Great, is a London-based singer-songwriter. She has released two albums, First Love and Virtue.

  14. Andrew Brown (CNN journalist)

    Andrew Brown (CNN journalist)


    Andrew Brown is a British-born journalist who has spent most of his career in Hong Kong. He is best known for producing quirky, technology-related features for CNN, which he joined in 2000. He has a particular penchant for odd machines—which allegedly track women's hormonal cycles , translate animal sounds or control dreams. He has also reported on more serious topics like computer passwords and Sars. Previously, he reported on-air for CNBC and TVB, both while based in Hong Kong.

  15. Tim Bredbury

    Tim Bredbury


    Tim Bredbury (Chinese: 巴貝利, born 25 April 1963 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong former international footballer. He is the current academy head coach of Kitchee, as well as the head coach of Hong Kong Second Division League club Tai Chung.

  16. Stephen Bradley (diplomat)

    Stephen Bradley (diplomat)


    Stephen Edward Bradley is a British diplomat and Consul-General to Hong Kong from 2003 to 2008. From 1988 to 1993 he served in the Hong Kong Government as Deputy Political Adviser. He is known in Chinese as ???. He finished his term of office on 4 April 2008.

  17. Graeme Jardine

    Graeme Jardine


    Graeme Anthony Jardine (born September 2, 1963, London, United Kingdom) is a Hong Kong cricketer. Jardine, a left-handed batsman and right arm off break bowler, was selected to represent Hong Kong as part of a 14-man squad for the 2004 Asia Cup, but was the only player in the squad who did not play a match. In the 2005–06 season, Jardine played club cricket in Hong Kong for the Templars.

  18. Jaimes McKee

    Jaimes McKee


    Jaimes Anthony McKee (Chinese: 麥基; born 14 April 1987), is a Hong Kong-English footballer who plays striker or winger for Hong Kong Pegasus. He is the grandson of Frank McKee, the former Birmingham midfielder. He was the top scorer of Hong Kong Senior Shield in 2006–07 season and the Hong Kong First Division League top scorer in 2012–13 season.

  19. Hannah Wilson

    Hannah Wilson


    Hannah Jane Arnett Wilson (Chinese: 韋漢娜; pinyin: Wèi Hànnà; Jyutping: wai6 hon3 naa4; born 10 March 1989) is a Hong Kong retired amateur swimmer. She is a two-time Olympic swimmer for Hong Kong, having swum at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens and the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing. She has won two career Universiade gold medals. As of July 11, 2009, Wilson currently holds 10 Hong Kong records and two Universiade records in swimming.

  20. John MacDonald (motorsport)

    John MacDonald (motorsport)


    John MacDonald (born May 27, 1936 in Worcester) is a racing car driver and a motor-cycle racer of Hong Kong. He was originally from England, where he started his career racing motorcycles, then cars until he served at the National service. He then lived in Hong Kong and raced as a competitor of Hong Kong, where he owned a garage business. He is best known as the most successful driver in Macau Grand Prix in the early 1970s.

  21. Ronald James Blake

    Ronald James Blake


    Ronald James Blake, OBE, JP (Chinese: 詹伯樂, born 1934) is a civil engineer, and a former Secretary for Works in the government of colonial Hong Kong. He has been appointed to the post of acting CEO of KCRC on 16 March 2006 to replace the outgoing Samuel Lai.

  22. Piers Jacobs

    Piers Jacobs


    Sir Piers Jacobs (翟克誠爵士 1936 - 23 September 1999) KBE, JP was Financial Secretary of Hong Kong from 1986 to 1991. He also was the Secretary for Economic Services from 1982 to 1986. He died in Hong Kong on 23 September 1999.

  23. Tony Sealy

    Tony Sealy


    Anthony John "Tony" Sealy (born 7 May 1959) is an English former football forward, who is now manager at Hong Kong First Division League club Hong Kong FC.

  24. Stewart Sloan

    Stewart Sloan


    Stewart Sloan is a British-born novelist and short story writer. He is the author of The Sorceress (Hong Kong Horrors, 1994); Isle of the Rat (Hong Kong Horrors, 1994); and co-author (with Rebecca Bradley) of Temutma (Asia 2000, Hong Kong, 1998). Temutma has been published in a German translation (Unionsverlag, Zurich, 2000), and also adapted (without authorisation) into a radio play in German. Sloan's fourth book, May The Force Be With You, was published in 2007. It features a collection of anecdotes about the Hong Kong Police Force.

  25. Ann Bridgewater

    Ann Bridgewater


    Ann Bridgewater (柏安妮, pinyin: Bó Ānní; born 12 June 1965), who is sometimes also known as Pak On Lei, is a former Hong Kong actress.

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