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June 19 - Week in Review


June 19 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Sharing joy: Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah (second row, centre) visits elderly and needy families in Sha Tin on June 19 as part of the Celebrations for All project. 

Anniversary show: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (left) tours the "Hong Kong ∞ Impression" exhibition which opens on June 19.

Service pledge: Acting Chief Executive Matthew Cheung tells reporters on June 20 the Government is striving to implement the relief measures proposed in the Policy Address and Budget before its current term ends.

Bountiful bay: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Forum on June 20.

Food bank: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung launches the Association of Banks Food for Love Project on June 20.

Family court: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen (right) signs a deal with Supreme People's Court Executive Vice President Shen Deyong on reciprocal recognition and enforcement of civil judgments in matrimonial and family cases on June 20.

Dragon ball: Students from more than 20 local and Mainland schools perform in a variety show at Queen Elizabeth Stadium on June 21 to celebrate the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's 20th anniversary.

Conversant cabinet: Chief Executive-elect Carrie Lam announces the appointment of her Principal Officials for the fifth-term Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government on June 21.


Tech tour: Secretary for Education Eddie Ng (fourth left) visits Internet company Tencent in Shenzhen on June 22 to see the latest IT developments and job opportunities for young people.


College communion: Chief Executive-elect Carrie Lam speaks at the Wharton Global Forum Hong Kong 2017 on June 23.


Winning projects: Principal Assistant Secretary for Development (Works) Francis Leung (second left) and Drainage Services Department Chief Engineer Kan Hon-shing (third left) receive New Engineering Contract Awards for the HKSAR Government in London on June 22.


Encouraging educators: Chief Executive CY Leung presents the Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence at the Central Government Offices on June 23.


Word is law: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen opens Prosecution Week 2017 on June 23.

Warming hearts: Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury Prof KC Chan visits an elderly citizen at Shek Wai Kok Estate, Tsuen Wan, on June 23.

Celebratory occasion: Chief Executive CY Leung speaks at the Women of Hong Kong Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR event on June 23.

New recruits: Deputy Commissioner of Police (Management) Chau Kwok-leung inspects the passing-out parade for 42 probationary inspectors and 250 recruit constables at the Police College on June 24.

Festive gathering: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung opens the Guangong Festival held by the Hong Kong Shanxi Chamber of Commerce on June 24.

Destructive drugs: Chief Executive CY Leung opens the Fight Drugs Together 2017 event on June 24.

City construction: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the prize presentation ceremony for an urban planning competition held by Hong Kong Seek Road on June 24.

Diversity dance: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung opens the "Celebrate Colours" multicultural variety show on June 25.

Sharing joyAnniversary showService pledgeBountiful bayFood bankFamily courtDragon ballConversant cabinetTech tourCollege communionWinning projectsEncouraging educatorsWord is lawWarming heartsCelebratory occasionNew recruitsFestive gatheringDestructive drugsCity constructionDiversity dance