Bishop who spoke out on Hong Kong protests elected as city’s next leader of the Anglican Church

A Hong Kong bishop who challenged the conduct of both officials and protesters during last year’s social unrest has been elected as the next leader of the 30,000-strong Anglican congregation.Right Reverend Andrew Chan Au-ming, 58, will succeed the retiring Most Reverend Paul Kwong as archbishop early next year.Chan, the incumbent Diocesan Bishop of Western Kowloon, won the election at a special meeting of the Eighth General Synod at S.K.H. Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School in Wan Chai, with the…

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