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Hong Kong Information Technology Workers' Union
DissolvedSeptember 2021
1,100 (2020)[1]
Key people
Alex Tang, Founder[2]
Deng Zhuowen, Chairman
AffiliationsHong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions
Website Official Website

The Hong Kong Information Technology Workers' Union (HKITWU; Chinese: 香港資訊科技界工會) was a trade union of IT workers in Hong Kong. It was affiliated with the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, which also dissolved in 2021.



The trade union was founded during the 2019–2020 Hong Kong protests, together with other trade unions. During the protests, the trade union developed a database of employers that would not threaten or dismiss staff for taking part in the protests.[2]

The union dissolved in 2021. Chairman Deng Zhuowen said that member numbers had plummeted by 80 to 90 percent from last year due to emigration of IT professionals from Hong Kong, caused by a state crackdown after the protests.[1][3]


  1. ^ a b Zheng Cuibi (2021-09-18). "資訊科技界工會宣布解散 移民潮下會員數目大跌 理事會無以為繼". HK01.
  2. ^ a b Sarah Wu (2020-01-10). "Hong Kong workers flock to labor unions as new protest tactic". Reuters.
  3. ^ "感謝各位支持 HKITWU決定解散" (Press release). 2021-09-18.


  • Chinese: 香港資訊科技界工會; lit. 'Hong Kong Information Technology Workers’ Union' Official Website

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