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August 14 - Week in Review


August 14 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Hitting the airwaves: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (right) attends a radio programme on August 14.

School monitors: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells the media before the August 15 Executive Council meeting the Government has appointed eight representatives to monitor Hing Tak School's management.

Cyber caution: Secretary for Innovation & Technology Nicholas Yang speaks at the Information Security Summit 2017 on August 15.

HK update: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip (left) meets Director-General of the Foreign Affairs Ministry's Department of Hong Kong, Macao & Taiwan Affairs Feng Tie in Beijing on August 15.

Master minds: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Award Presentation Ceremony on August 15.

On air: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (right) attends a radio programme on August 16.

Open road: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (third left) and Secretary for Development Michael Wong (second left) open Kai San Road in the Kai Tak Development area on August 16 with tree-planting youngsters.

Model citizens: A Guinness-World-Record-breaking 3D-printed sculpture of Victoria Harbour, created by local secondary students to commemorate the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's 20th anniversary, is on display at the Productivity Council until October 31.

Conversing conservation: Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets United Nations General Assembly President Peter Thomson on August 16 to discuss marine habitat protection.

Beijing bond: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip (left) meets Hong Kong & Macao Affairs Office Deputy Director Huang Liuquan in Beijing on August 16.

Anti-crime camp: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (second left) launches the Junior Police Call Fight Crime Summer Camp on August 16.

Expo fun: The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 20th Anniversary Roving Exhibition opens in Tsim Sha Tsui on August 17.

Quality discussion: Secretary for Food & Health Prof Sophia Chan meets Vice Minister of the State General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection & Quarantine Li Yuanping in Beijing on August 17.

For the record: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (centre) visits the Government Records Service on August 17 with Director of Administration Kitty Choi and GRS Director Zachary Lo.

Courtesy call: Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits Macau on August 18, meeting its Chief Executive Fernando Chui.

Sharing session: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (left) attends a Radio Television Hong Kong programme on August 19.

Strengthening slopes: The Highways Department has launched the Enhancement Programme of Vegetated Slopes to replace Acacia confusa trees with various plant species.

Rowing race: The 7th Hong Kong Indoor Dragon Boat Championships will be held at Plaza Hollywood, Diamond Hill, on August 27 to celebrate the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s 20th anniversary.

Remote race: The Storm the Park Day - Toy Formula 1@Victoria Park event is held on August 20.

Hitting the airwavesSchool monitorsCyber cautionHK updateMaster mindsOn airOpen roadModel citizensConversing conservationBeijing bondAnti-crime campExpo funQuality discussionFor the recordCourtesy callSharing sessionStrengthening slopesRowing raceRemote race