黃毓民（The Hon. Wong Yuk Man Raymond，1951年10月1日－），字誼道，祖籍廣東陸豐，珠海書院歷史系碩士，曾任珠海書院新聞及傳播學系系主任，對中國歷史文化、香港事務與世界歷史、政治皆有認識，尤其對台灣政治局勢、歷史，泛藍、泛綠以及兩岸關係、中國共產黨的權力架構組織更有研究，黃是筲箕灣基督教善樂堂受浸的基督徒。
Raymond Wong Yuk-man is a politician, author, current affairs commentator and radio host. He is a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, representing the Geographical constituency of Kowloon West. He worked in Commercial Radio Hong Kong and hosted many popular phone-in programmes.
He taught journalism in the Faculty of Communication and Journalism of Chu Hai College in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong. He is a radical liberal Christian and a former chairman of the League of Social Democrats (LSD). He is known for his outspoken manners, his harsh criticism of the Chinese Central Government, and his ferocious speeches in defence of the rights of the lower classes; consequently, he has been given the nicknames Mad Dog Chinese: 癲狗; pinyin: Diāngǒu and Ruffian Professor Chinese: 流氓教授; pinyin: Liúmáng Jiàoshòu. He currently hosts "Wong Yuk-man Channel," a popular radio programme on MyRadio, which is a Hong Kong-based internet radio station founded in 2007. Outside of politics and religion, he owns a restaurant called "Yuk-Man's Beef Noodles".
Current political activity
"Five Constituencies Referendum"
In late-2009 and early 2010, a debate ensued amidst the pro-democracy camp on a more radical approach towards gaining universal suffrage. An agreement was reached between the social-liberal Civic Party and Wong's social-democratic League of Social Democrats for five members of their representation in the Legislative Council to resign and participate in a by-election, in order to create a referendum on the implementation of universal suffrage by 2012. In January 2010, Wong, and other four lawmakers, Albert Chan, Tanya Chan, Leung Kwok-hung and Alan Leong resigned and participated in the ensuing by-election. On 16 May 2010, he was re-elected as a lawmaker in the by-election.
Resignation from the League of Social Democrats
In January 2011, Wong and Albert Chan announced that they were resigning from the League of Social Democrats over differences with the current leadership over what stance to take towards the Democratic Party in the discussions over Hong Kong's political development. As two of the party's three legislators, the move left the party and the remaining legislator, Leung Kwok-hung ('Long Hair') in a difficult position. Wong also said that factional fighting within the party has become so hostile that it was beyond [his and Chan's] ability to
rectify the situation. The pair promised to reveal their future plans the next day.With Chan, he went on to launch People Power, under which name he continues to sit in Legco.
5th November 08