Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco
Hong Kong


Director, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office,
San Francisco

The Government of the Hong Kong Special
Administrative Region

As Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco, Ms Jacko Shun Man TSANG represents the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in fostering economic ties between Hong Kong and 19 states in the western part of the United States.

Ms Tsang joined the HKSAR Government as Administrative Officer in 2004.  She started in policy formulation and management of minor modes public transport.  She then moved on to handling issues related to executive-legislative relations, assisting in the coordination of the Government’s legislative programme. 

In 2011, Ms Tsang joined the Transport and Housing Bureau to work on civil aviation policy, participating in the negotiations of air service agreements on behalf of the HKSAR Government and dealing with matters related to air transport licensing in Hong Kong.  After spending four years in the field of aviation, Ms Tsang took up a position in the Civil Service Bureau assisting in the management of the Administrative Officer Grade in the Civil Service, where she spent three years handling the posting and training of Administrative Officers.

In 2015, Ms Tsang joined the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau.  She first worked to bring the Competition Ordinance into effect, and then took up the position of Principal Assistant Secretary in charge of consumer protection policies, where she monitored the implementation of relevant laws to combat unfair trade practices and to regulate the safety of consumer goods.  She was also heavily involved in policy analysis related to the proposal for a mandatory cooling-off period.

Ms Tsang received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University, CT, majoring in Government.  She is married with two children.

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