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November 20 - Week in Review


November 20 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Quality resources: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung opens the Yuen Long Leisure & Cultural Building on November 20.

Beijing briefing: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (left) meets Hong Kong & Macao Affairs Office Director Zhang Xiaoming in Beijing on November 20.

Career prep: Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong speaks at the Award Ceremony of Most Improved Trainees of Youth Employment & Training Programme 2017 on November 20.

Congress conference: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells reporters ahead of the November 21 Executive Council meeting the Central Government has been invited to hold a seminar in Hong Kong on the 19th National Congress report.

Holistic health: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (centre) officiates at the Jockey Club One Health Tower naming ceremony at City University on November 21.

Bank on it: Financial Secretary Paul Chan (right) meets People's Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan in Beijing on November 21.

World view: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the Asia-Global Dialogue 2017 event on November 22.

Water works: The "HONG KONG, at the water's edge" exhibition is being held at the Maritime Museum until December 10, showcasing the city's iconic harbour and its extensive coastline through stunning photographs.

Smooth running: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the Asian Logistics & Maritime Conference at the Convention & Exhibition Centre on November 23.

Career counselling: Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung officiates at a speech and prize presentation ceremony at the NT Heung Yee Kuk Tai Po District Secondary School on November 23.

National development: Director of the Party Literature Research Center of the Central Committee Leng Rong (centre) speaks at a seminar on the 19th National Congress on November 23.

City spotlight: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the opening ceremony of Lumieres Hong Kong on November 23.

Fiscal forum: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the 2017 CCTV Financial & Economic Forum‧Hong Kong on November 24.

Taoist tradition: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the Taishang Golden Register Ritual & Great Ritual Offerings to the All-Embracing Heaven in the Year of Ding-You event on November 24.

Right direction: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (second left) attends an event hosted by the Direction Association for the Handicapped on November 24.

Fresh recruits: Chief Executive Carrie Lam reviews 40 probationary inspectors and 176 recruit constables at a passing-out parade at the Police College on November 25.

I&T insights: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the Hong Kong International Entrepreneurs Festival 2017 Opening Ceremony & Internet Finance Forum on November 25.

Garden art: The Labour Department's Junior Master Gardener Project offers training courses for young people to help them pursue a career in landscaping.

Proper polling: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip (second left) inspects a polling station at Happy Valley Police Station for the Central & Western District Council by-election on November 26.

Fun fair: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (third right) attends the HSBC Hong Kong Community Festival 2017 in Central on November 26.

Landscaped lawn: Government House opens to the public on November 26, attracting scores of visitors to enjoy the beauty and charm of the distinguished building.

Quality resourcesBeijing briefingCareer prepCongress conferenceHolistic healthBank on itWorld viewWater worksSmooth runningCareer counsellingNational developmentCity spotlightFiscal forumTaoist traditionRight directionFresh recruitsI&T insightsGarden artProper pollingFun fairLandscaped lawn