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Mr. Hong Kong

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Mr. Hong Kong

The Mr. Hong Kong Contest (TVB. The contest has been an annual event since 2005, and winners will have the opportunity to represent Hong Kong for the Mister World contest.

Like the Miss Hong Kong Pageant, top Mr. Hong Kong contestants are awarded to a contract with TVB, and many of them become promoted television actors. A contestant and runner-up in 2005, Byron Pang, even went on to become a film star. In his first film role, in the 2009 Hong Kong movie Amphetamine, his pubic hair, penis and testicles were fully exposed on camera, in several scenes.

The contest also has other consolation prizes that vary slightly from year to year. Unlike their female counterpart, Mr. Hong Kong does not have specific first and second runner-up positions. Contestants are divided into two groups, the Stylish Youth Division (瀟灑少年) and the Maturity Division (健力盛年), and a winner is chosen from both groups. The final winner (the Mr. Hong Kong) will then be determined by the top contestants of both groups.

Judges for the contest are all women, and winners of the contest are also determined by a public vote of 600 to 800 female viewers. The first ever winner of the contest was Matthew Ko.

The modern Mr. Hong Kong Contest is completely unrelated to the original Mr. Hong Kong bodybuilding contest from the 1970s.

Summary of winners

Year Mr. Hong Kong
Stylish winner
Maturity winner
2005 Matthew Ko 高鈞賢 Matthew Ko 高鈞賢 Rocky Cheng 鄭健樂
2006 Francois Huynh 黃長發 Francois Huynh 黃長發 Otto Chan 陳志健
Year Mr. Hong Kong
Youth winner
Maturity winner
2007 Benjamin Yuen 袁偉豪 Michael Chiu 趙國東 Zhiwei Hu 胡志偉
2008 Michael Wilson Tsu 朱允崇 Joey Law 羅天宇 Michael Wilson Tsu 朱允崇
2009 Jack Hui 許家傑 Calvin Chan 陳偉洪 Jack Hui 許家傑
2010 William Chak 翟威廉
2011 Clayton Li 李晉強

Notable winners and contestants


Hong Kong Broadcasting Authority has received a number of complaints from the public regarding the Mr. Hong Kong Contest, in which the programme was said to be of bad taste and that the male contestants were treated as sex objects by the women in the show. These complaints were later dismissed. [1]

See also

External links

  • 2005 MRHK Official Page
  • 2006 MRHK Official Page
  • 2007 MRHK Official Page
  • 2008 MRHK Official Page
  • 2009 MRHK Official Page
  • 2010 MRHK Official Page
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