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Present & Past
Professor, Faculty of Architecture & Built Environment, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT). 
Profession: Chartered Architect - Chartered Town Planner - Chartered Arbitrator 

Vice President, Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM
President, Malaysian Snooker & Billiards Federation (MSBF
Past President, Federal Territory Snooker & Billiards Federation (FTSBA)
Executive Vice-President, Asian Confederation of Billiards Sports (ACBS
Secretary General, World Confederation of Billiards Sports (WCBS)  
Vice President, International Billiards & Snooker Federation (IBSF)
Executive & Council, SEA Games Federation (SEAGF

Chairman & Member, Rules Committee, SEA Games Federation (SEAGF)
Executive Board, Malaysian Amateur Athletics Union (MAAU

Disciplinary Panel, Malaysian Amateur Athletics Union (MAAU)
President, Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM) 
Founding Member & Fellow, Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP) 
Chairman, PAM Arbitration Panel (PAM) 
First Panel Member, Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA)
Panel Arbitrator, Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM)

Chairman, ACBS Referees/Examiners Control Panel (ACBS)

Council Member, National Sports Council, Malaysia (NSC)

Member, Steering Committee for 8 Core Sports , Malaysia (KBS)

Member, National Coach Board (KBS)

Member, Sports Advisory Panel (KBS)u

Prof Dato' Ar. W. Y. Chin founded the Federal Territory of Snooker & Billiards Federation (FTSBA) in 1980 and thereafter has been the President of Malaysian Snooker & Billiards Federation since its inauguration 1986. With his dedicated effort, he has brought Malaysia snooker to recognized status in the international scene. Since then, Malaysian players had captured the Asian snooker crown twice, Asian U21 snooker crown, Asian Women Pool runner-up and had won altogether 12 nos. SEA Games gold medals, another gold & silver in the 13th Bangkok Asian Games and one silver in the 15th Doha Asian Games, as well as being champions in several major regional and international tournaments. 

By his personal records, representing the MSBF, Malaysia enjoys, apart from the above, the many significant portfolios, present and past as follows: 


Organizing Chairman & International Delegate, XVIII, XX, XXI, XXII, & XXIII SEA Games. 
Organizing Chairman & International Delegate, 13th, 14th & 15th Asian Games.  
International Delegate, VI World Games, Akita, 2001. 
International Delegate, VII World Games, Duisburg, 2005 (till 2004) 
Malaysian Deputy Chief-de-Mission, XIX SEA Games, Jakarta, 1997. 
Malaysian Chief-de-Mission, XVII Commonwealth Games, Manchester, 2002. 
Organizing Chairman, IOC Forum for Development, Kuala Lumpur, 1997. 
Organizing Chairman, IOC Art Contest, 2004 & 2007.
Chairman, Building Committee, Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM
Chairman, Rules Committee, SEA Games Federation, 2001 
Chairman, Disciplinary Committee, IBSF 
Chairman, Constitution & International Affairs Committee, IBSF 
Member, Finance & Referees Committee, IBSF.

Co-Chairman, Malaysia Bid Committee for 2010  IOC Youth Olympic Games

Visitation Panel, 2014 Commonwealth Games Bid Committee (CGF)  
Chief Editor, ACBS Newsletter; 
Webmaster, ACBS Web-site 



SAM CHONG  AMN  - Born in 1962 
Sam Chong is a five-time winner of the National championships in 1989, 1990, 1994, 1995 and 1999.

Born in Ipoh, Sam is the first Malaysian to join the WPBSA professional ranks in UK in 1991.

He was a proud seven gold-medal winner with 2 nos.in Singapore(1993); 4 nos.in Chiangmai(1995) and 1 no. in Jakarta(1997).

His golds came from the nine-ball pool single and team events in Singapore; snooker single, doubles and team events;15-ball pool team in Chiangmai and 9-ball pool team in Jakarta.

Sam is also the first Malaysian to win the Asian Snooker championship, defeating Hong Kong's Stanley Leung 8-1 in a best of 15-frame final in Jakarta in 1990.

In his international career, Sam had twice won the Alcock Bentleigh Invitational in Melbourne, Australia, in 1990 and 1993.

He also made it to the quarter-finals of the 1995 World Amateur Snooker Championship in Bristol.
He is likewise a member of the National team, which qualified for the final rounds of the 1996 Castrol World Cup in Bangkok.

He was awarded the "1995 Malaysian Sportsman of the Year"-- the first ever snooker player winning such an auspicious award.

By his notable achievements, His Majesty the King of Malaysia has conferred upon him the AMN award. 

In 1998, Sam won the 13th Asian Games snooker singles silver medal and partnered with Ooi Chin Kay won the snooker doubles gold medal in Bangkok

Sam has been once the National Coach.



NG ANN SENG - Born in 1958 
Ng Ann Seng is one of the finest players Malaysia has produced. He was national champion for the 1998 and 2000 National Snooker Championships. 

He represented Malaysia in four SEA Games outings and had won a gold medal in the Singapore SEA Games in 1993; 3 gold medals in the Chiangmai SEA Games in 1995 and a gold in the Jakarta Games in 1997. He won in 1996 the Penang Open snooker title and finished runner-up in the 1994 Johor Open and the Miri Open. He is a member of the Malaysian team, competing in the Castrol World Cup snooker final rounds in Bangkok in October, 1996.

He has represented Malaysia in many international championships, viz.the Asian Snooker Championships, IBSF World Snooker Championships and other international snooker meets.



OOI CHIN KAY - Born in 1969 
Ooi Chin Kay is the second Malaysian, after Sam Chong , who captured the Asian Snooker Crown in 1994 in Bangladesh. In the same year, he also won the Pakistan Snooker Invitational Championship in Karachi.

He is a member of the SEA Games squad which won the 9-ball team gold medal in Singapore in 1993.

Chin Kay is a two-time runner-up of the National snooker championship in 1994 and 1995 and is the eventual national winner thereof in 1997.

Chin Kay also represented Malaysia in the 1997 Asian Snooker Championship in Dubai. At State level, he was the champion of the 1991 Johor Closed Snooker Championship beating Chew Lean Teng in the final.

Chin Kay partnered Sam Chong to win the Asian Games snooker doubles gold medal, held in Bangkok in 1998.



PATRICK OOI - Born in 1973 
Patrick Ooi is a talented player. He is the runner-up of the 1997 National Snooker Championship and had won the National Snooker Championship in 2002. 

He has represented Malaysia at the Chiangmai SEA Games,1995 where he won one silver medal; he won two gold medals in pool in the Jakarta SEA Games,1997.

Patrick represented Malaysia at the 1996 Asian Snooker Championship in Dubai. He qualified for the 8-Ball Pool Championship in 1996 in Las Vegas, USA. and had played in many of the Asian pool events.



LIEW KIT FATT - Born in 1967 
Liew Kit Fatt is the first player to achieve a hat-trick victory in the National Snooker championship in 1991, 1992 and 1993.

Kit Fatt has also taken part in three SEA Games - in Manila in 1991, Singapore in 1993 and Chiangmai in 1995.

He has also won two SEA Games gold medals in Chiangmai where he partnered Ng Ann Seng to win the 15-Ball doubles and the snooker team gold.

Internationally, he won the 1995 Hwa-Tai Snooker Invitational in China defeating Thailand's Anurat Wongjan in the final.

In 1994, he joined the professional circuit in the United Kingdom but was unsuccesful to advance resulting in his premature departure from the professional circuit.



MOH LOON HONG - Born in 1956 
Moh Loon Hong is undoubtedly the best billiards player Malaysia has ever produced.

This Penang-born lad has won two SEA Games gold medals and one bronze in the English Billiards.

In the 1991 Games in Manila, he beat Thailand's Mongkol Kanfalang to capture the gold. But Loon Hong was beaten by another Thai, the late, Ta Tayuttitum, in the 1993 SEA Games, Singapore, in the semi-finals and went on to win the bronze medal. In the 1995 Chiangmai SEA Games, Loon Hong won the gold again from Kangfalang, which was a repeat of the 1991 SEA Games final.

LOon Hong is a competent snooker player and had won the National Snooker title in 1987.



YONG KEIN FOOT - Born in 1969


Marital: Single

Highest Break (Tournament):136

Highest Break (Practice):146

Employment Status: Snooker Instructor (coach)




1991 Penang Snooker Open C’ship – Champion

1992 National Snooker C’ship – Runner-up

1992 Perak Snooker Open C’ship – Champion

1992 IBSF Malta World Snooker C’ship – Quarter-finalist

1993 Singapore Snooker Open C’ship – Champion

1993 China Guangchou Snooker Open C’ship – Runner-up

1995 12th Asian Snooker C’ship – 3 rd place

1995 Chiangmai SEA Games – Gold Medalist

1996 Malaysian team competing in Castrol World Cup Snooker final in Bangkok.

1998 Represented Malaysia in the Asian Games in Bangkok


Yong had also represented Malaysia in many international snooker championships.




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