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Mrs. Yu Lai Ching-ping, Helen



Helen joined the ICAC in early March 1974 and worked with the founding Commissioner Sir Jack Cater to map out a plan for public education to promote awareness and understanding of the ICAC. From then on, she headed the Community Relations department and spearheaded its development according to plan.

In May 1980, Helen considered her mission accomplished and returned to Government and then served as the head or deputy head of a number of Departments. In 2001, she became the Deputy Ombudsman and served as such in that statutory body until the end of April 2010. 

Helen was honoured as an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 1997 and awarded the Silver Bauhinia Star in 2002. 

Currently, she is committed to voluntary service for her alma mater Maryknoll Convent School.


Message to the ROA


To be reunited with former colleagues through The Independent Commission Against Corruption Retired Officers Association is, for me, a proud privilege.  It is particularly heartwarming that ICAC members from different departments come together even in retirement.

While in the service of the Commission, we beavered away in our specific field so that getting together like this was a rare treat.  Yet, throughout, we were closely united in one and the same mission, combat against corruption by “three-prong attack”.  In the words of our founding Commissioner Sir Jack Cater, we were all “knights in shining armour” joining forces in a crusade for equity and integrity.

Now although no longer in active service, we can still spread the word.  Let us continue to uphold the ICAC standard and promote its cause.


Helen CP Lai YU






Mr. Lee Chun-sang, Francis  IDS

李俊生   先生






Francis Lee joined the Operations Department of the ICAC as an Investigator in December 1974. He retired in December 2010 in the rank of Deputy Director of Operations. In 1999 he was awarded the ICAC Distinguished Service Medal (IDS).




Message to the ROA




There is the old saying: 'It is the good deeds in our previous lives that bring us to the same boat'. Should we not therefore cherish our relationship as ex-colleagues.


For the past decades we devoted ourselves in our respective posts to the meaningful cause of fighting corruption, deriving pride and satisfaction from our work. There was stress as much as exciting and rewarding moments.  We had the courage, the camaraderie and excellent teamwork to take on the challenges and accomplish the task. After leaving the ICAC, it makes sense for us to maintain the tie. We could meet to foster mutual support, to cultivate common interest and, even better, to participate in volunteer work.


I believe members will enrich their retirement life from the sharing of experiences and taking part in association activities.


May I take this opportunity to wish the Chairman and his team all the best in promoting the work of the association. I wish you all good health and rewarding times for many years to come.










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