Lam Tai-fai, SBS, JP (Chinese: 林大輝, born 22 November 1959) is a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong for Industrial (Second) functional constituency, which is composed of the members of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong. He is also an appointed member of the Shatin District Council and serves on the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. He stepped down from his position in the Legislative Council in 2016.

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  • 林大輝(りん たいき、ラム タイファイ、Tai-Fai Lam、1959年11月22日 - )は、中華人民共和国香港の政治家、実業家、および馬主。 (ja)
  • 林大輝,SBS,BBS,JP(Lam Tai Fai,1959年11月22日-),香港出生,祖籍廣東潮州。第四屆及第五屆香港立法會議員(工業界(第二))、全國政協委員、河南省政協常委及香港理工大學校董會副主席。2000年榮獲香港青年工業家獎、2000年及2004年分別獲香港理工大學頒發大學院士及工商管理榮譽博士學位、2005年獲港府委為太平紳士(JP)、2006年及2012年分別獲授銅紫荊星章(BBS)及銀紫荊星章(SBS)。 (zh)
  • Lam Tai-fai, SBS, JP (Chinese: 林大輝, born 22 November 1959) is a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong for Industrial (Second) functional constituency, which is composed of the members of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong. He is also an appointed member of the Shatin District Council and serves on the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. Lam Tai-fai was formerly managing director of Peninsula Knitters Ltd, a textiles and garment company owned by Henry Tang, the Chief Secretary for Administration of Hong Kong. He has also sponsored a secondary school in Sha Tin, named "Lam Tai-fai College", which he supervises. He had also been owner of the Hong Kong Rangers FC, Happy Valley AA and Shatin SA. He was uncontestedly elected to the Legislative Council of Hong Kong in 2008 through the trade-based Industrial (Second) functional constituency. Due to his close relationship with the Chief Secretary, Lam was regarded to belong to the "Tang camp" during the 2012 Chief Executive election when Tang ran against the ex-convenor of the Executive Council Leung Chun-ying. After Leung became the Chief Executive after defeating Tang, Lam was not seen as close to the administration. He stepped down from his position in the Legislative Council in 2016. (en)
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  • 林大輝(りん たいき、ラム タイファイ、Tai-Fai Lam、1959年11月22日 - )は、中華人民共和国香港の政治家、実業家、および馬主。 (ja)
  • 林大輝,SBS,BBS,JP(Lam Tai Fai,1959年11月22日-),香港出生,祖籍廣東潮州。第四屆及第五屆香港立法會議員(工業界(第二))、全國政協委員、河南省政協常委及香港理工大學校董會副主席。2000年榮獲香港青年工業家獎、2000年及2004年分別獲香港理工大學頒發大學院士及工商管理榮譽博士學位、2005年獲港府委為太平紳士(JP)、2006年及2012年分別獲授銅紫荊星章(BBS)及銀紫荊星章(SBS)。 (zh)
  • Lam Tai-fai, SBS, JP (Chinese: 林大輝, born 22 November 1959) is a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong for Industrial (Second) functional constituency, which is composed of the members of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong. He is also an appointed member of the Shatin District Council and serves on the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. He stepped down from his position in the Legislative Council in 2016. (en)
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