Martin Lee explains to members of the Caucus of New Democrats in the US Congress why DP supports the granting of permanent Normal Trade Relations (pNTR) status to China. (Washington, DC, May 3, 2000)

Martin Lee and Chungkai Sin converse with Congressman Christopher Cox (Chairman, House Policy Committee) on the importance of engaging China in international trade. (Washington, DC, May 3, 2000)

Martin Lee and Chungkai Sin meet Madeleine Albright, US Secretary of State. (Washington, DC, May 3, 2000)

"We shall return!" - Defiant democrats are ousted from the legislature at midnight July 1, 1997

April 1997 -- White House meeting with US President Bill Clinton

Pro-democracy candidates kicking off the September 1995 campaign

Tired but victorious, the Democratic Party's new legislators toast their landslide on September 19, 1995


The United Democrats celebrate victory in 1991


A long fight ahead


On the campaign trail 1991


The Lee family at home, overlooking Hong Kong

May 1997 -- Meeting with Prime Minister Tony Blair


June 1989, Hong Kong people take their call for democracy to the streets


"Vote for the Democratic Party" On the campaign trail 1991

On the legislative campaign trail, September 1995

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