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October 30 - Week in Review


October 30 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Delta meeting: Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah (left) meets Zhuhai Culture Sports & Tourism Bureau Deputy Director Liu Tie in Zhuhai on October 30.

Immunisation injection: Secretary for Food & Health Prof Sophia Chan (front row, centre) urges the public to get the seasonal flu vaccination on October 30.

Tech visit: Secretary for Innovation & Technology Nicholas Yang (centre) visits a hydraulic technology company at Yuen Long Industrial Estate on October 30.

Community care: Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury James Lau (right) inspects the elderly rehabilitation facilities at Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Wong Cho Tong Social Service Building on October 30.

Elderly exercise: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (centre) views an elderly exercise session during a visit to Kwai Tsing District on October 30.

Policy clarification: Chief Executive Carrie Lam explains her housing philosophy before the October 31 Executive Council meeting, emphasising the figure of 800,000 public rental housing units she previously mentioned is neither a target nor a cap for building such housing.

Belt-Road boom: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at a seminar on connecting Hong Kong professional services and Belt-Road countries at City University on October 31.

Urban discourse: Secretary for Development Michael Wong speaks at the opening ceremony of the 2017 World Cities Day Forum in Guangzhou on October 31.

Taking questions: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the Joint Business Community Luncheon on October 31.

Well-rounded creativity: The Circle Arts Festival is being held at Polytechnic University's School of Design until November 3.

Capital connection: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the Financial Times-AIIB Summit on November 1.

Sky's the limit: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (centre) attends the Hong Kong Aircraft Leasing & Aviation Finance Association inaugural ceremony on November 1.

Outstanding service: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung speaks at the Youth Service Award 2017 Presentation Ceremony on November 1.

Career guidance: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the Mainland-Hong Kong Life Planning Education Symposium held by the Education Bureau on November 2.

Senior support: Secretary for Food & Health Prof Sophia Chan (second right) and Under Secretary for Food & Health Dr Chui Tak-yi (centre) visit Wan Chai Methodist Centre for the Seniors on November 2.

Outstanding officers: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (left) congratulates recipients of the Secretary for the Civil Service's Commendation Award at a cocktail reception on November 2.

Publishing plaudits: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the 40th anniversary celebration for The Mirror magazine on November 2.

Supportive society: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the Hong Kong Mental Health Conference 2017 on November 3.

Increasing I&T: Financial Secretary Paul Chan opens CPA Congress 2017 on November 3.

Global trade: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (front row, third right) attends the Belt & Road Innovation & Development Forum on November 3.

K-culture: The 7th Festive Korea cultural programme in Hong Kong is being held until November 30, featuring a wide array of Korean exhibitions, performances, food events, movie screenings and more.

Youth growth: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung launches the Life Buddies Mentoring Scheme on November 4.

Community care: Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo speaks at the "Share the Love - Senior Police Call" event on November 4.

Female empowerment: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (second left) launches a Ladies Dynamic Association event on November 4 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.  

Creative collaboration: The Polytechnic University Institute of Textiles & Clothing has organised the MerryPrint event which allows students to make fashion designs from artwork created by the disabled.

Healthy life: Secretary for Food & Health Prof Sophia Chan (centre) launches a carnival on November 5 under the Funding Scheme for Promoting the Culture of Low-Salt-Low-Sugar Diets in the Community.

Joyful jumps: The 18 Districts Rope Skipping Competition is held at Hong Kong Park Sports Centre on November 5.

Delta meetingImmunisation injectionTech visitCommunity careElderly exercisePolicy clarificationBelt-Road boomUrban discourseTaking questionsWell-rounded creativityCapital connectionSky's the limitOutstanding serviceCareer guidanceSenior supportOutstanding officersPublishing plauditsSupportive societyIncreasing I&TGlobal tradeK-cultureYouth growthCommunity careFemale empowermentCreative collaborationHealthy lifeJoyful jumps
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