Paul Ka-cheung TSUI (aka BAAG No. 65) [1916-1994]
Notes about Paul Tsui from his son, Lawrence Tsui:
My father, Paul Ka-cheung Tsui, was a fresh grad of HKU when the Japanese invaded HK. He was recruited by Col. (later Sir) Lindsay Ride and joined the BAAG at Kukong (Shaoguan today) in March 1942 at its inception. He became its civilian Secretary, but was assigned to set up the Field Intelligence Group (FIGS) unit at Wai Chow (Huizhou) in June 1942, controlling agents sent into Hong Kong. In July 1942, J.D. Clague & former SOE Operatives including: Ronald Holmes, Colin McEwan & others forming the Field Operations Group (FOGS) arrived at Wai Chow to form the Advance Headquarters of the BAAG. Paul Tsui also played Liaison Officer with the local Nationalist Chinese authorities. He received a commendation from the Commander-in-chief India in 1943, awarded MBE in November 1944 and received the commission as Captain / Intelligence Officer / GHQ India, towards the end of the War in 1945. His war service led to a brilliant career in the public service of Hong Kong after the War.
After the War, he became Assistant District Officer - South under the British Military Administration. At demob, he became the first local ethnic Chinese Cadet Officer of HM Overseas Civil Service and an Administrative Officer of the HK Government. He remained the top local AO throughout his career, receiving an OBE in 1968 & a CBE in 1973 when he retired.
You can also read Paul Tsui's memoirs online.