Yeung Kwong

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Yeung Kwong, GBM (1926 – 16 May 2015) was a Hong Kong Communist trade unionist and activist. He was leader of the Hong Kong 1967 Leftist Riots against the British rule in Hong Kong.[1]

Yeung died at a hospital in Yan Tin, Hong King from heart failure, aged 89.[2]

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  1. Chan, Ming K. So, Alvin Y. White III, Lynn T. (2002). Crisis and Transformation in China's Hong Kong. M.E. Sharpe; ISBN 0-7656-1000-0.
  2. So, Peter. 2015. "Veteran unionist Yeung Kwong, ringleader in 1967 Hong Kong riots, dies at 89", South China Morning Post, 16 May 2015,