Scott Chiang leaves New Macau Association


After two and a half years as the president of the New Macau Association (ANM), pro-democratic activist Scott Chiang is leaving the role, effective June 9, and will be ‘on leave in this transition period’.
Chiang noted that his departure follows that of former president of ANM Jason Chao, however, that the departure was ‘under totally different circumstances’. The statements were published by Chiang on his Facebook page.
Chiang has been with the group for 12 years, noting that the decision was ‘an uneasy one’ adding that he is ‘convinced that my decision will clear the way for New Macau to unite and move on’. Chiang additionally stated that he hopes ‘the result of the upcoming election will benefit citizens of Macau’.

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