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July 10 - Week in Review

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July 10 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Supporting students: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung attends a programme held by Radio Television Hong Kong on July 10 to support candidates of this year’s Diploma for Secondary Education Examination.

Community carnival: Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends the Wong Tai Sin Square opening carnival on July 10 in celebration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's 20th anniversary.

Full inquiry: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells the media before the July 11 Executive Council meeting construction work at the site of a fatal industrial accident in Hung Hom cannot resume until the Government completes its investigation.

Concluding visit: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung bids farewell to People’s Liberation Army Navy Deputy Commander Ding Yi at Ngong Shuen Chau Barracks as Chinese aircraft carrier the Liaoning leaves Hong Kong on July 11.

Regional reach: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at Hong Kong Summit 2017 on July 11.

Workplace wellness: Commissioner for Labour Carlson Chan delivers a talk on occupational health and safety on July 11.

Urban planning: Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law (left) tours the "Hong Kong ∞ Impression" exhibition at City Gallery on July 12.

Tech turnout: The RISE technology conference is being held at the Convention & Exhibition Centre until July 13.

Financial accountability: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (front left) attends the Financial Reporting Council 10th anniversary cocktail reception on July 13.

Martial music: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (middle) and Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah (right) attend the International Military Tattoo on July 13.

Majestic marvels: The "Longevity & Virtues: Birthday Celebrations of the Qing Emperors & Empress Dowagers" exhibition showcasing treasures from Beijing’s Palace Museum is being held at the Museum of History until October 9.

Community concerns: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (left) meets Society for Community Organisation members and Sham Shui Po residents on July 14.

French connection: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the French National Day 2017 reception on July 14.

Thematic display: An exhibition is being held at Cityplaza, Taikoo Shing, until July 24 which uses an LED touchscreen for the public to learn about the achievements of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region over the past two decades.

Final frontier: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (left) attends the Shine Tak Foundation Youth Development Programme - 2017 Beijing & Xian Space Exploration Study Tour opening ceremony on July 15.

Directorial dreams: Tam Wai-ching (third left) makes her debut movie In Your Dreams with government funding under the First Feature Film Initiative. (Pic: Tam Wai-ching)

Additive manufacturing: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the Secondary Schools 3D Printing Design Competition awards presentation ceremony on July 16.

Supporting studentsCommunity carnivalFull inquiryConcluding visitRegional reachWorkplace wellnessUrban planningTech turnoutFinancial accountabilityMartial musicMajestic marvelsCommunity concernsFrench connectionThematic displayFinal frontierDirectorial dreamsAdditive manufacturing
 
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