The 5th Chinese Transplant Games was held on 22nd-24th July, 2012 in Hangzhou, China. The Hong Kong delegates comprised 17 transplant recipients and 1 living donor, and were joined by 8 family members of the recipients and 10 volunteers.

The 4Th Chinese Transplant Games was taken place in Tianjin during the high temperatures of
July 16-18. The Hong Kong Team was led by Dr Chau Ka Foon, Council Member of the Hong
Kong Society of Transplantation and Mr. Lee Ngan Ho from the Hong Kong Transplant Sports
Association. A total of 69 people participated in 123 events including table tennis, badminton,
swimming and running. The team was proud to announce the results: 17 Gold, 20 Silver and 9
Bronze medals (46 medals).








Shanghai on 13-15 June 2008


Hong Kong Society of Transplantation and Hong Kong Transplant Sports Association (HKTSA) which was formed by transplant recipients and established in March 2008. had co-organized a team of 31 transplant recipients, 2 living donors, 2 deceased donor families, 7 relatives, and 8 volunteers to participate in The 3 rd Chinese Transplant Games in Shanghai on 13-15 June 2008. Led by Dr. Chau Ka Foon, President of HKST and Mr. Martin Wong, Chairman of HKTSA. Hong Kong team had achieved excellent results with a total of 13 Gold, 5 Silver and 6 Bronze medals.



Poster (Download)

3 rd Chinese Transplant Games  (Download)

Wuhan, 9-11 June 2006


The 2nd Chinese Transplant Games cum the 1st Chinese Organ Donation Day organized by 中國移植受者運動協會 was held in Wuhan 9-11 June 2006 . Dr. KL Tong and Ms. Monica Wong (Transplant co-ordinator of Kowloon West Cluster) led a team of 10 transplant patients to participate in the activity. The Hong Kong team consisted of 3 males and 7 females patients, 2 liver transplants and 8 renal transplants. Four patients joined the table tennis, two badminton, three swimming and two track events. One young renal transplanted lady patient won the 2nd runner up in the Badminton Single. The Hong Kong team is the only overseas Chinese team joining the Transplant Games and was well received by the organizer. The participants were also proud of joining the national transplant games and happy to have good rehabilitation from the disease.