Businessman and politician Victor Ng Wing Lok, former deputy and president of the Macau Foundation died Sunday at the age of 93, according to today’s Tribuna de Macau.
In 2001, Ng Wing Lok was appointed chairman of the Board of Directors of Macau Foundation, a position he held for nine years.
Born in Shunde in Guangdong province, Vitor Ng came to the territory in the early 1960s. He served on the Macao Economic Council, became president of the Macao Chamber of Commerce, president of the Macau Association of Exporters and Importers Association and led the board of directors of the World Trade Center in Macao.
In the Legislative Assembly, he was a deputy between 1984 and 2001, elected by indirect suffrage in the representation of the economic interests.
Ng was also a member of the Drafting Commission of the Basic Law of Macao.
As a businessman, Ng Wing Lok owned a factory of textiles and garments.
In 2014 he was awarded the Lotus Gold Medal, one of the main decorations given by the Macao Government.
In 1984, during the time of the Portuguese administration, he was awarded the Medal of Industrial and Commercial Merit.
The funeral ceremony will take place tomorrow.
(Tribuna de Macau/ Macao News)