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Steven Dominique Cheung Age 33 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 7 October 1989
Birthday 7 October
Birthplace Hong Kong
Nationality Hong Kong

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He also ran for Westminster City Council in 2014 in the St James's ward as a Liberal Democrat, but was not elected.


In May 2012, he was asked by British Consulate-General Hong Kong to become GREAT Britain campaign ambassador to promote the United Kingdom abroad.


He was one of the youngest candidates who stood in the European Parliament elections on 4 June 2009.

Cheung is a winner of the Diana Memorial Award in 2009 and was elected the Olympic Ambassador for Waltham Forest. Cheung is part of Envision's Graduate panel, and a Young Advisor for the Ministry of Justice and Waltham Forest Council. He is a member of the Royal Institution and a member of British Chinese Project, which aims to involve young British Chinese in the country's politics. Cheung is also a DJ on Spectrum Radio in London.

Cheung's campaign in the 2009 European Parliament election focused on peace and he "hopes to use his youth to persuade young people to vote for him". He ran the election as an independent and promises "an open and fresh approach to politics". He hoped to "reinvigorate the public mood and capture the disengaged" when the "European Elections have traditionally been associated with a low-turn out". There were eight seats in his constituency, London. Cheung came second out of all the independent candidates and surpassed two political parties in votes.


Cheung joined Spectrum Radio in September 2008 and has been co-hosting the cantonese programme on Spectrum Chinese Programme for two years. Cheung started presenting the Saturday programme and then evolved into presenting the Spectrum English Programme from 8pm to 9pm since February 2011. Topics discussed are usually concerning issues related to the Chinese community and Chinese culture. Cheung is known to be witty, is very enthusiastic about current affairs and has a broad range of general knowledge. Cheung is also a regular contributor on Spectrum Radio Cantonese Programme with DJ Alice. [2]


Steven Dominique Cheung (Chinese: 張敬龍 ; born 7 October 1989) is the first British-Hongkonger to receive the Air League Duke of Edinburgh flying bursary. He was the Liberal Democrat Prospective parliamentary candidate for Walthamstow at the 2015 general election. He is the former Governor and Student Union President of City and Islington College, a British-Hongkonger broadcaster and London 2012 Young Mayor of the Olympic and Paralympic Village, taking the role of a Torch Bearer. He is now a pilot.

Born on 7 October 1989, Cheung grew up in Fanling, New Territories, Hong Kong and immigrated with his parents to England when he was 11. His father is from Hong Kong and his mother is from the Philippines. His father works as a chef and his mother is a dinner lady. He speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, English and Tagalog. He studied at Highams Park School in Waltham Forest and then took a gap year to stand for the MEP seat.