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July 17 - Week in Review


July 17 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Nurturing youths: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) presents a scholarship certificate to Asian Youth Orchestra representatives at the Academy for Performing Arts on July 17.

Livelihood issues: Speaking before the July 18 Executive Council meeting, Chief Executive Carrie Lam urges legislators to approve the Government's funding requests before the Legislative Council's summer recess.

'Bon appetit': Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip serves lunch to a senior citizen at the Po Leung Kuk Lau Chan Siu Po District Elderly Community Centre on July 18.

Rubbish removal: Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law (centre) tours the Environmental Protection Department Island West Transfer Station on July 18.

Nature conservation: Secretary for the Environment KS Wong opens the Youth Internship Programme at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Sichuan on July 18.

Reducing recidivism: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (third right) opens Conference 2017 - Evolution of Corrections held by the Correctional Services Department on July 19.

Southern hospitality: Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury James Lau offers a gift pack to an elderly resident at Shek Pai Wan Estate in Southern District on July 19.

Open book: Chief Executive Carrie Lam attends a meet-the-youth session at Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 at the Convention & Exhibition Centre on July 20.

Good reading: Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 is being held at the Convention & Exhibition Centre until July 25.

Storyboard strips: The Pitch of Tension - Hong Kong Comics Power exhibition is being held at Comix Home Base until August 7.

Creative community: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) meets participants of the MaD Festival 2017 on July 21.

On air: Financial Secretary Paul Chan attends a radio programme on July 22.

Book boost: The kick-off ceremony for Summer Reading Month 2017 is held on July 22 at the Central Library. Director of Leisure & Cultural Services Michelle Li (second left) signs the Reading Charter which promotes reading through voluntary pledges.

Children's charity: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the "Care" Vulnerable Children Charity Dinner held by the Family Network Development Centre on July 22.

Preflight check: Eighty-five technicians examine Ocean Park's 22 rides each day to ensure visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Nurturing youthsLivelihood issues'Bon appetit'Rubbish removalNature conservationReducing recidivismSouthern hospitalityOpen bookGood readingStoryboard stripsCreative communityOn airBook boostChildren's charityPreflight check