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October 2 - Week in Review


October 2 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Innovative ideas: Secretary for Innovation & Technology Nicholas Yang (right) speaks at the InnoTech Expo 2017 closing forum on October 2.

Train platform: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells the media before the October 3 Executive Council meeting the Government will submit a non-binding motion to the Legislative Council on the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link co-location plan.

Memorable moment: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at a photo exhibition celebrating Queen Mary Hospital's 80th anniversary on October 3.

Golden guest: Assistant Commissioner for Correctional Services Ng Sau-wai (third right) welcomes the 800,000th visitor (third left) to the Correctional Services Museum on October 3.

Civil service: Chief Executive Carrie Lam officiates at the Lui Che Woo Prize - Prize for World Civilisation Prize Presentation Ceremony at the Convention & Exhibition Centre on October 3.

Waste walkabout: Secretary for the Environment KS Wong (right) inspects Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre's food waste recycling work on October 4.

Twinkling twilight: A Leisure & Cultural Services Department lantern carnival lights up Victoria Park to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival on October 4.

Incendiary excitement: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (centre) starts the Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance on October 4.

Creative youths: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tours joint-school design exhibition DesignXcel at Hong Kong Central Library on October 6.

Charity jaunt: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (centre) launches a walkathon organised by Youth Outreach on October 7.

Brain game: Government Chief Information Officer Allen Yeung (right) joins students to compete against an artificial intelligence system at the AI Chinese Chess Fun Day with Masters event on October 7.

Regional connections: Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan (centre) attends the 10th Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation Transportation Ministerial Meeting in Papua New Guinea on October 7.

Record turnout: More than 760,000 people have visited the Eternal Life - Exploring Ancient Egypt exhibition at the Science Museum since it opened on June 2.

High gear: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (centre) attends the prize presentation ceremony for the Hong Kong Cyclothon on October 8.

Road warriors: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (front row, second right) commends the winners of the UCI Asia Tour Class 1.1 Road Race, part of the Hong Kong Cyclothon, on October 8.

Innovative ideasTrain platformMemorable momentGolden guestCivil serviceWaste walkaboutTwinkling twilightIncendiary excitementCreative youthsCharity jauntBrain gameRegional connectionsRecord turnoutHigh gearRoad warriors