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Employment History

Governor
Hong Kong

Affiliations

Founder
Independent Commission Against Corruption

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Chinese History Anecdotes

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The twenty-fifth governor Crawford Murray MacLehose was the governor of Hong Kong who was in office for the longest period and enjoyed the most

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Crawford Murray MacLehose
prestige and ostentation.


Why Hong Kongers Hate Being Called Chinese | Jin Wong

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One of the former governors ( the 25th Governor of Hong Kong, from 1971 to 1982, Sir Murray Maclehose, I suggest you wikipedia his name.) is the reason that HK is what we are today. He laid down the keystones to the success of HK today.


Sir Murray MacLehose, ...

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Sir Murray MacLehose, Governor of Hong Kong

For a few examples: he created from new the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (£37M, 1979); was UN Consultant in Cyprus; introduced multiracial workshops in South Africa during apartheid; directed the Festivals of Switzerland and Thailand; incorporated the Oxford Philomusica Orchestra, the University's first ever resident orchestra; gave the keynote address at the USA-Pacific Rim Conference 'The Economics of the Arts and Tourism: 2000'.


The root cause of Hong Kong’s discontent, and what can be done | Zhongnanhai

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Murray MacLehose, the Governor of Hong Kong from 1971 to 1982, lived out his retirement years in a small cottage in the British countryside with a run-down car in his driveway.* You wouldn't know it from his humble retirement, but MacLehose bestowed tremendous gifts on Hong Kong, including founding the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and launching public housing. Still, he knew his role as a public servant.


The root cause of Hong Kong’s discontent, and what can be done | Zhongnanhai

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Murray MacLehose, the Governor of Hong Kong from 1971 to 1982, lived out his retirement years in a small cottage in the British countryside with a run-down car in his driveway.* You wouldn't know it from his humble retirement, but MacLehose bestowed tremendous gifts on Hong Kong, including founding the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and launching public housing. Still, he knew his role as a public servant.

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