Hong Kong politician
Antony Wu Ting-yuk (胡定旭; Hú Dìngxù, born 1954)) is a Hong Kong politician. He is a standing committee member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee of the People's Republic of China since 11 March 2013.
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- Our (Government of Hong Kong) primary duty is to care for (COVID-19) patients. Everyone can hold a different political view and different thoughts, as well as different views on the (Hong Kong) government's way of combating the pandemic. But I sincerely hope, amid choppy waters and at a critical moment, we can all put aside our conflicts ... and do our share for patients who need help.
- Anthony Wu (2020) cited in "Hong Kong hospital strike kicks off as top doctor backs mainland China border closure calls amid coronavirus fears" on South China Morning Post, 3 February 2020.