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Apr 3 - Week in Review


Apr 3 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Fun learning: The Science Museum’s new Children’s Gallery will open on April 7, featuring 10 exhibits that encourage children to use their imagination and work together.

Spring in your step: The stairs outside Tuen Mun Public Library now feature a flower motif as part of the City Dress Up: Blossoming Stairs project that runs until December.

City celebration: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (centre) introduces on April 6 the activities that will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Infrastructure insight: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Conference on April 7.

Good sports: Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah (left) meets Director of the General Administration of Sport of China Gou Zhongwen in Beijing on April 7 to discuss sports development.

ICT excellence: Financial Secretary Paul Chan officiates at the Hong Kong ICT Awards 2017 presentation ceremony on April 7.

Sports power: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung speaks at the "Tackling Barriers through Sports" press briefing on April 8.

Engraving display: Chief Executive-elect Carrie Lam speaks at the opening ceremony of an exhibition organised by the Xiling Seal Engravers' Society on April 8.

Child's play: Commission on Poverty Chairman, Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung soaks up the festive atmosphere at the Hong Kong Sevens tournament at a children's party on April 8.

Girl power: Financial Secretary Paul Chan starts the Run for Girls charity event on April 9.

Best wishes: These youngsters visit the Lai Chi Kok Park wishing tree during the Leisure & Cultural Services Department's Storm the Park Day on April 9.

Rugby fever: Chief Executive CY Leung attends the Hong Kong Sevens 2017 Cup Final at the Hong Kong Stadium on April 9.

Safety first: Bun scrambling participants test their skills climbing the bun tower frame at a safety training session arranged by the Leisure & Cultural Services Department in Cheung Chau on April 9.

Fun learningSpring in your stepCity celebrationInfrastructure insightGood sportsICT excellenceSports powerEngraving displayChild's playGirl powerBest wishesRugby feverSafety first