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July 31 - Week in Review


July 31 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Building rapport: Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law (right) meets Director of Buildings Cheung Tin-cheung during his Buildings Department visit on July 31.

Community care: Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong (centre) offers a gift pack to an elderly household during his Yuen Long visit on July 31.

Made in HK: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the Federation of Hong Kong Industries 57th Annual General Meeting Dinner on July 31.

PLA party: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (left) attends a reception in celebration of the founding of the People’s Liberation Army on July 31 with Vice-Chairmen of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Tung Chee Hwa (centre) and CY Leung.

Northern aspect: Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Edward Yau visits elderly households in Cheung Lung Wai Estate, Sheung Shui, during his North District visit on August 1.

Benevolent baristas: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (second left) visits Fantastic Cafe, a social enterprise run by the Social Service Division of the Free Methodist Church, during his Tuen Mun visit on August 1.

Impartial appointments: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks to the media before departing for Singapore on August 2, saying the Government adopts an open-minded and inclusive attitude on the appointment of its political team.

Social services: Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law meets Director of Social Welfare Carol Yip during his visit to the Social Welfare Department on August 2.

Young blood: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip (left) chats with students at the University of Hong Kong-Peking University Youth Forum on August 3.

Singapore salutation: Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in Singapore on August 3.

"Sawadee ka": Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in Bangkok on August 4.

Inked in: Ink Global, Hong Kong's largest ever ink painting exhibition, is showing 500 artworks from around the world until August 8 at the Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Fiscal briefing: Financial Secretary Paul Chan explains the Government’s fiscal management philosophy and policy on a radio programme on August 5.

Local creativity: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the "Very Hong Kong Very Hong Kong" exhibition on August 5.

Ink impression: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at a celebration event for the ink paintings exhibition Ink Global on August 5.

Home turf advantage: Players of the Hong Kong Shuttlecock Team high-kicked their way to their best ever results in the 9th World Shuttlecock Championships in July, nabbing four bronze medals. (Pic: Hong Kong Shuttlecock Association)

Colourful movement: Acting Chief Executive Matthew Cheung (left) joins rainbow parachute games at Yuen Chau Kok Sports Centre for Sport for All Day 2017 on August 6.

Tech tour: Secretary for Innovation & Technology Nicholas Yang (left) tours a Sham Shui Po computer-themed mall on August 6.

Capital visit: Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets young participants of the Beijing Palace Museum Conservation Internship Programme at the Palace Museum Learning Centre on August 6.  

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