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May 22 - Week in Review

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May 22 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Cyborg classroom: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung launches an intelligent robot learning programme for children with special needs on May 22.

Community care: Secretary for Development Eric Ma launches the Kwai Tsing District section of the Celebrations for All project on May 22.

Health delegates: Secretary for Food & Health Dr Ko Wing-man (second left) attends the World Health Organisation's 70th World Health Assembly as a member of the People's Republic of China delegation in Geneva on May 22.

Offering condolences: Chief Executive CY Leung expresses sympathy for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack before attending the May 23 Executive Council meeting.

Divine inspiration: Chief Executive CY Leung opens an exhibition on Jao Tsung-i's art works inspired by Dunhuang culture at the Heritage Museum on May 23.

Further festivities: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung launches on May 23 the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 20th anniversary celebration activities organised by the Chiu Chow Chamber of Commerce.
 

Day of downpours: The Hong Kong Observatory issues the first Black Rainstorm Warning of the year on May 24 as a low-pressure trough brings heavy rain to the coastal area.
 

ASEAN audient: Secretary for Education Eddie Ng (right) meets Deputy Secretary-General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Vongthep Arthakaivalvatee in London on May 23.

Economic engagement: Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury Prof KC Chan (left) meets Executive Vice Mayor of Shanghai Zhou Bo on May 24 in Shanghai.

Return retrospective: Chief Executive CY Leung opens an exhibition celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the return of Hong Kong to the motherland on May 24.

London calling: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen (right) meets Asia House Chief Executive Michael Lawrence in London on May 24.

Time travel: Six Egyptian mummies and 200 other invaluable artefacts from the British Museum will be on show at the Science Museum from June 2.

Happy landings: Acting Chief Executive Matthew Cheung speaks at the Travel Industry Council Appreciation Dinner 2017 on May 25.

Oxford visit: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen (back centre) meets Hong Kong students at Oxford University on May 25.

Green goals: Secretary for the Environment KS Wong (centre) attends the 18-month Waste Check Charter commendation ceremony on May 26.

Artistic achievements: Acting Chief Executive Paul Chan speaks at the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards presentation ceremony on May 26.

Legal liaison: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen meets International Policy Advisor of the Law Society of England & Wales Donna Evans in London on May 26.

Duty dispute: Acting Chief Executive Paul Chan speaks at the Tax Debate Competition 2017 held by the Taxation Institute on May 27.

Code convention: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at a Beijing forum on the 20th anniversary of the implementation of the Basic Law on May 27.

Happy families: Acting Chief Secretary TK Lai opens Family Health Month 2017 on May 27.

Direct access: Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point will be the seventh land-based crossing between Hong Kong and Shenzhen when it opens next year.

Cyborg classroomCommunity careHealth delegatesOffering condolencesDivine inspirationFurther festivitiesDay of downpoursASEAN audientEconomic engagementReturn retrospectiveLondon callingTime travelHappy landingsOxford visitGreen goalsArtistic achievementsLegal liaisonDuty disputeCode conventionHappy familiesDirect access
 
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