Patrick Nip fosters ties in Shenzhen

August 7, 2018
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Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip (left) visits an enterprise focusing on developing 3D sensing technology in Shenzhen.

Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Patrick Nip today visited innovation and technology companies in Shenzhen and an eye hospital set up by Hong Kong people.


He visited an inno-tech enterprise in Nanshan District, where he learned about the latest flexible display technology as well as the research and development of related intelligent products and their applications in daily life.


At another technology company specialising in 3D sensing technology, Mr Nip learned about the application of high-tech sensors in 3D scanning and intelligent recognition.


He later went to an enterprise focusing on developing computer vision technology.


During the visits, he exchanged views with enterprise representatives to explore co-operation between Hong Kong and Shenzhen in inno-tech development.


Mr Nip then visited an eye hospital established by Hong Kong people to see the development of Hong Kong’s medical sector in the Mainland.


It is the first specialist hospital wholly owned by Hong Kong people in the Mainland under the framework of the Mainland & Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement.


Its medical team is made up of ophthalmology experts from Hong Kong, the Mainland and overseas.


The hospital provides high-quality professional services to Mainland residents and serves as a platform for the diversified development of Hong Kong’s medical professionals.


Mr Nip also met Vice Mayor of Shenzhen Municipality Ai Xuefeng and Director of the Hong Kong & Macao Affairs Office of the Shenzhen Municipal People’s Government Cai Ying.

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