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September 25 - Week in Review


September 25 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Innovative ideas: Acting Chief Executive Matthew Cheung speaks at the Hong Kong Innovation & Technology Forum 2017 on September 25.

Top of the morning: Chief Executive Carrie Lam has a breakfast meeting with Hunan Governor Xu Dazhe in Changsha on September 25.

Celebrative bill: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the Bank of China Centenary Commemorative Banknote launch ceremony on September 25.

Quality of living: Director of Planning Raymond Lee (right) tours an exhibition held by the Development Bureau under its "Liveability by Design" Studio Initiative on September 25 at the Central Government Offices, Tamar.

Help at hand: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells the media before the September 26 Executive Council meeting the Government will aid the Hong Kong people involved in a fatal traffic accident in Nansha.

Cultivating creativity: About 130 technological innovations are on display at InnoTech Expo 2017 at the Convention & Exhibition Centre until October 2.

Site safety: Secretary for Development Michael Wong speaks at the 23rd Considerate Contractors Site Award Scheme Award Presentation Ceremony on September 26.

Port cities: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (centre) opens the Ningbo-Hong Kong Economic Co-operation Forum 2017 on September 27.

Power preservation: Acting Director of Electrical & Mechanical Services Alfred Sit (second right) receives a plaque from the Association of Energy Engineers in Atlanta on September 26 recognising his department's energy saving commitment.

Life science: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip tours a genome technology company during his Tai Po visit on September 27.

Neat street: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (front, centre) inspects the environmental hygiene improvements being made to a San Po Kong alley on September 27.

Bumper crop: Secretary for the Environment KS Wong visits the Food Recycle Land Education Centre on Cheung Chau on September 27.

Herbal health: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (left) inspects the Yan Chai Hospital - Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Centre for Training & Research (Yan Chai) on September 27.

Made in HK: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung speaks at the Q-Mark 39th Anniversary & Presentation Ceremony on September 27.

Gender equality: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the WomenCorporateDirectors 2017 ASPAC Institute conference on September 28.

Artistic achievements: An exhibition of late artist Fang Zhaoling's paintings and calligraphy is being held at the Asia Society Hong Kong Centre until December 31.

Palliative care: Chief Executive Carrie Lam chats with a patient at the Jockey Club Home for Hospice in Sha Tin at its grand opening on September 28.

Close liaison: Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets Wang Zhimin, the new Director of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, on September 28.

Moon gazing: A giant moon installation by British artist Luke Jerram is being displayed in Lee Tung Avenue, Wan Chai, until October 31.

National growth: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at a reception to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the establishment of the People's Republic of China, held by the financial services industry on September 28.

Anniversary celebration: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (centre) officiates at a reception to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, hosted by the Heung Yee Kuk on September 29.

Nurturing talent: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the Academy of Politics & Public Policy on September 29.

Sustainable school: Secretary for the Environment KS Wong (rear right) presents the 15th Hong Kong Green School Award on September 29.

Leadership lessons: Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung visits students participating in the 333 Learning Companion Leadership Program at HHCKLA Buddhist Wisdom Primary School in Sheung Shui on September 29.

Inno-tech experience: A child tries out a virtual reality game on the promotional truck InnoForce on the first day of InnoTech Month 2017 on September 30.

Artistic outlet: Children with learning disabilities have boosted their confidence by joining a summer workshop on Cantonese opera.

Meet and greet: Chief Executive Carrie Lam greets members of the public before attending the flag-raising ceremony for the 68th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China at Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai on October 1.

Raise your glass: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (centre) makes a toast with (from left) former Chief Executives CY Leung and Tung Chee Hwa, Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma and Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung at a National Day reception on October 1.

Explosive celebration: Chief Executive Carrie Lam watches the fireworks display in celebration of the 68th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s 20th anniversary on October 1.

Innovative ideasTop of the morningCelebrative billQuality of livingHelp at handCultivating creativitySite safetyPort citiesPower preservationLife scienceNeat streetBumper cropHerbal healthMade in HKGender equalityArtistic achievementsPalliative careClose liaisonMoon gazingNational growthAnniversary celebrationNurturing talentSustainable schoolLeadership lessonsInno-tech experienceArtistic outletMeet and greetRaise your glassExplosive celebration