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November 13 - Week in Review

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November 13 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Creativity promotion: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (centre) tours the Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Fund's "Social Innovation Flow" Interactive Exhibition Truck on November 13.

Global business: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the 9th World Chinese Economic Summit 2017 on November 13.

Xmas charity: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (second left) launches Operation Santa Claus 2017 on November 13.

XRL passage: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells the media before the November 14 Executive Council meeting she is confident the Legislative Council will pass the non-binding motion on the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link co-location plan.

Deterring diabetes: Director of Health Dr Constance Chan (right) takes part in a family workout exercise at a World Diabetes Day event on November 14.

High rise: The Civil Aid Service holds a drill at Lei Yue Mun Point on November 14 to test the skills of its mountain rescue team.

Flu fighters: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung receives a seasonal influenza vaccination on November 15 as Secretary for Food & Health Prof Sophia Chan looks on.

Tourist hotspot: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (left) tours Stanley Market on November 15 during his visit to Southern District.

Opening address: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the Basic Law Seminar in Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on November 16.

Water quality: Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law tours Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works on November 16.

Vibrant atmosphere: Secretary for the Environment KS Wong speaks at the 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Germany on November 15.

Home exploration: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (left) tours the Housing Society's MIND-Friendly Home Exploration Centre in Yau Ma Tei on November 16.

Inspiring scribe: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) presents the Hang Seng Cup Best News Writing award on November 16.

Infrastructure overview: Basic Law Committee Chairman Li Fei (second left) visits the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Project Information Centre accompanied by Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan (second right) on November 17.

Fresh grad: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) confers a degree on a graduate at the 23rd Congregation of the Education University on November 17.

New recruits: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (second left) reviews the Fire & Ambulance Services Academy graduation parade on November 17.

TV spot: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip does a recording for the Islamic Kasim Tuet Memorial College campus TV during his Eastern District visit on November 17.

Dream debut: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (centre) attends the debut and christening of cruise ship World Dream on November 17.

Train platform: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) and Guangdong Governor Ma Xingrui sign a co-operation agreement for the co-location arrangement at the West Kowloon Station of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link on November 18.

Community harmony: Secretary for Security John Lee (centre) officiates at an anti-crime carnival in Victoria Park on November 18.

Joint effort: Chief Executive Carrie Lam delivers the opening remarks at the 20th Plenary of the Hong Kong-Guangdong Co-operation Joint Conference at the Central Government Offices on November 18.

Legal team: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen (left) meets Vice Minister of Justice Wang Shuangquan in Shanghai on November 18.

Mobile medics: The Auxiliary Medical Service First Aid Bicycle Team provides first aid to people injured on cycling tracks in the eastern and northern New Territories on weekends and public holidays.

Harbour city: Secretary for Transport & Housing Frank Chan opens Hong Kong Maritime Week on November 19.

Community service: Chief Executive Carrie Lam inspects the Civil Aid Service 65th Anniversary Parade on November 19.

Creativity promotionGlobal businessXmas charityXRL passageDeterring diabetesHigh riseFlu fightersTourist hotspotOpening addressWater qualityVibrant atmosphereHome explorationInspiring scribeInfrastructure overviewFresh gradNew recruitsTV spotDream debutTrain platformCommunity harmonyJoint effortLegal teamMobile medicsHarbour cityCommunity service
 
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