Tsing Yi South (constituency)

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Tsing Yi South
Elected Constituency
for the Kwai Tsing District Council
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Boundary of Tsing Yi South in Kwai Tsing District
District Kwai Tsing
Legislative Council constituency New Territories South West
Population17,278 (2019) [1]
Electorate11,416 (2019) [2]
Current constituency
Created 1985
Number of membersOne
Member(s)Kwok Tsz-kin (Independent)

Tsing Yi South is one of the 31 constituencies of the Kwai Tsing District Council. The seat elects one member of the council every four years. It was first created in the 1985 elections. Its boundary is loosely based on the southern part of Tsing Yi including residential areas such as Cheung Wang Estate, Mounts Haven, Rambler Crest and Tsing Yi South Industrial Area.

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Councillors represented

ElectionMemberParty
1985 Li Chi-fai TYCG
1989 by-electionTse Wai-ming TYCG
1990 United Democrat
1994 Au Cheong-wa ADPL
2003 Wong Kwong-mo Democratic
2007 Poon Chi-shing DAB
2019 Kwok Tsz-kin Independent democrat

Election results

2010s

Kwai Tsing District Council Election, 2019: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
PfD Kwok Tsz-kin 4,662 54.46
DAB Poon Chi-shing3,89945.54−20.48
Majority7638.92
Turnout 8,57875.23
PfD gain from DAB Swing
Kwai Tsing District Council Election, 2015: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
DAB Poon Chi-shing 3,214 66.02
Youngspiration Jonathan Ip Yam-shek1,65433.98
Majority1,56032.04
Turnout 4,86851.91
DAB hold Swing
Kwai Tsing District Council Election, 2011: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
DAB Poon Chi-shingUnopposed
DAB hold Swing

2000s

Kwai Tsing District Council Election, 2007: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
DAB Poon Chi-shing1,77161.37+30.18
Democratic Wong Kwong-mo1,11538.63−1.93
Majority65622.74
DAB gain from Democratic Swing +16.06
Kwai Tsing District Council Election, 2003: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Democratic Wong Kwong-mo1,65040.56
DAB Poon Chi-shing1,26931.19
ADPL Au Cheong-wa1,14928.24
Majority3819.37
Democratic gain from ADPL Swing

1990s

Kwai Tsing District Council Election, 1999: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
ADPL Au Cheong-waUncontested
ADPL hold Swing
Kwai Tsing District Board Election, 1994: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
ADPL Au Cheong-wa1,41070.15
Nonpartisan Lau Po-kwan60029.85
Majority81040.30
ADPL gain from Democratic Swing {{{swing}}}
Kwai Tsing District Board Election, 1991: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
United Democrats Tse Wai-ming2,06070.14−15.79
LDF Lui Ho-wai87729.86
Majority1,18340.28
United Democrats hold Swing

1980s

Tsing Yi South by-election 1989
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
TYCG Tse Wai-ming1,10873.47−12.46
Nonpartisan Chan Kiu-on40026.53
Majority70846.94
TYCG hold Swing
Kwai Tsing District Board Election, 1988: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
TYCG Li Chi-fai3,07785.93+11.65
Nonpartisan Chan Wai-hon50414.07
Majority2,57371.86
TYCG hold Swing
Kwai Chung and Tsing Yi District Board Election, 1985: Tsing Yi South
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
TYCG Li Chi-fai2,86274.28
Nonpartisan Lee Man-keung60315.65
Nonpartisan Tang Ping-hung38810.07
Majority2,25958.63(new)
TYCG win (new seat)

Citations

  1. "Recommended District Council Constituency Areas" (PDF). Electoral Affairs Commission.
  2. "Age and Sex profile of registered electors by 452 District Council Constituency Areas in 2019" (PDF). Registration and Electoral Office.

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