Wellington Lee

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His Excellency
Wellington Lee Hean Yam
President of Hokoan
Assumed office
3 February 2014
Prime Minister Wong Teng Boon (2014-17)
Judy Teng
Predecessor Office established
Personal information
Born 2 March 1944 (1944-03-02) (age 77)
Flag of Japan.png Penang, Japanese occupied Malaya
Nationality Flag of Hokoan.png Republic of Hokoan
Ethnicity Malaysian Chinese
Spouse(s) Lee Chan Choo-Yim (Deceased 2010)
Religion Buddhism

Wellington Lee Hean Yam (Chinese: 李賢炎; born 2 March 1944) is a Hokoanese politician who is the first and current President of Hokoan, assumed office since 3 February 2014. Before becoming head-of-state, Lee was a local journalist, novelist and poet in Mandarin and Malay on philosophy, geography, and local politics. He was a lawyer from 1975 until his retirement in 2013 and started writing articles as his retirement hobby.

Lee was sworn on 3 February 2014 as Hokoan's first president after the country self-declared independence on 3 February 2014.

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