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June 12 - Week in Review

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June 12 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Showing support: Secretary for Security TK Lai (right) visits an elderly household in Butterfly Estate, Tuen Mun, on June 12 as part of the Celebrations for All project.

All inclusive: Secretary for the Environment KS Wong (left) visits a family in Choi Yuen Estate, Sheung Shui, on June 12 as part of the Celebrations for All project.

Modern city: Chief Executive-elect Carrie Lam speaks at the Celebrating Hong Kong's Coming of Age Conference held by the South China Morning Post on June 12.

Rosy futures: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at the cocktail reception celebrating the 17th anniversary of Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing on June 12.

Poverty policy: Chief Executive CY Leung briefs reporters ahead of the Executive Council meeting on June 13 on the Government's anti-poverty efforts.

Global goals: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the HKSAR: An Engine for Global Economic Growth forum on June 13.

Banner beauty: Ninety posters by 18 local and Japanese designers are being shown in the Graphic Trail 2017 Hong Kong Edition  exhibition at Space27, Quarry Bay, until June 18.
 

Press club: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at the Ta Kung Pao 115th anniversary cocktail reception on June 13.

Settlement support: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen (centre) launches the "Mediate First" Pledge Star Logo Award Scheme on June 13.

Investment insight: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at China's Outward Investment Trends & Hong Kong's Role: Forum in Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Hong Kong's Return to the Motherland on June 14.

Press coverage: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (centre) tours a photo exhibition to celebrate Ta Kung Pao’s 115th anniversary on June 14.

Celebratory souvenirs: Financial Secretary Paul Chan visits elderly families in Sai Kung on June 14, giving out gift packs to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Yangon liaison: Secretary for Education Eddie Ng (right) meets University of Yangon President Dr Pho Kaung in Myanmar on June 14.

Young minds: Chief Executive CY Leung (right) speaks at a youth forum in Shenzhen held by the Hong Kong Chinese Importers' & Exporters' Association on June 15.
 

Grooming talent: Secretary for Education Eddie Ng (right) meets Union Minister for Education of Myanmar Myo Thein Gyi in Yangon on June 15.


 

Prosperous times: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at a financial services reception on June 15 celebrating the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's 20th anniversary.

Competence contest: Chief Executive CY Leung opens the WorldSkills Hong Kong Competition & Carnival 2017 on June 16.

Cohesive city: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung visits elderly families in Tai Po on June 16 as part of the Celebrations for All project.

Retrospective show: The third leg of the HKSAR 20th Anniversary Roving Exhibition opens at Plaza Hollywood in Diamond Hill on June 16.

Appreciating altruism: Chief Executive CY Leung (centre) attends the charity dinner hosted by the Volunteers Federation and the Volunteers Foundation on June 16.

Talking business: Financial Secretary Paul Chan meets Australian Minister for Small Business Michael McCormack in Jeju, Korea, on June 16.

Architects’ assembly: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at the Institute of Architects Cross-Strait Architectural Design Symposium 2017 on June 17.

Campus tour: Secretary for Education Eddie Ng (left) visits the Zhuhai Hengqin Central Kindergarten on June 17, accompanied by Zhuhai Education Bureau Director Lin Rituan.

Good cheer: Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung (left) visits elderly residents in Shau Kei Wan as part of the Celebrations for All project on June 17.

Blooming Kowloon: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam visits elderly residents in Yau Tsim Mong District on June 17.

Joint effort: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung speaks at the strategic partnership agreement signing ceremony for We Card by the New Home Association on June 18.

Immersive experience: A virtual reality game on conservation work will be presented at the Science Museum as part of Muse Fest HK 2017 from June 24 to July 9.

Relaxing rover: The M+ Rover Travelling Creative Studio provides a pop-up relaxation space for students and the public to enjoy making art.

Showing supportAll inclusiveModern cityRosy futuresPoverty policyGlobal goalsBanner beautyPress clubSettlement supportInvestment insightPress coverageCelebratory souvenirsYangon liaisonYoung mindsGrooming talentProsperous timesCompetence contestCohesive cityRetrospective showAppreciating altruismTalking businessArchitects’ assemblyCampus tourGood cheerBlooming KowloonJoint effortImmersive experienceRelaxing rover
 
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