Chongchi Lau Deng during a visit in the People's Republic of China.

Colonel Chongchi Lau Deng (China Town, Gogat, April 25, 1958) is a prominent member of the Conservative Tagogese Party. He is ethnically Chinese, but he is relatively fluent in English. Lau Deng is one of Kanto Qyto's first supporters and was in the army when his famous coup took place.

Chongchi Lau Deng is well-known for having developed a totally new system of mathematics.

Biography Edit

Chongchi Lau Deng was born in one of the poorer areas of China Town on April 25, 1958. He was the first child coming from his mother's prostitutional businesses and he has never known his father. Being the oldest of six children, Lau Deng was forced to take on the role of father figure. He subscribed for the army in 1976 and quickly made his way up in the ranks. He became a colonel in 1984, aged only twenty-six. It was in the army that he met Kanto Qyto.

Lau Deng married Chi Hau in 1980. They got three children: Wei (1986), Xuan (1988), and Cau To (1991). Chi Hau died in 2004. Lau Deng married Wilma Mbzeki in 2009.

On 17 November 2017, inspired by the efforts undertaken in Zimbabwe, Brigadier Hendricks Ntaba called in the military to restore order in Tagog and defend Kanto Qyto against supposed "friends" and "allies" (secretly cohorts of Western European Imperialists) who were seeking to undermine him and lead a coup. Chongchi Lau Deng, together with co-conspirer Adam Hung were being detained and investigated, as they and others of Chinese descent were attempting to undermine the authority of President Emeritus Qyto by ruining the economy and unity of the nation to promulgate protests, riots and a coup.

Deng later broke free and was restored to his original position.

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