Sik Kok Kwong
 


 

Age: 85



Summary: Hong Kong-born Buddhist monk and the first president of the Hong Kong Buddhist Association who was lauded for promoting his religion and organizing charitable services, but also faced criticism over controversial comments amid accusations that Tsz Shan Monastery (of which Kok Kwong was chairman of the board of directors) was built to be the final resting place of Asia's richest man Li Ka-shing.




Cause of Death: Lengthy illness



Born: May 16, 1919


 
Died: November 16, 2014



Location:
Happy Valley, Hong Kong