Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco
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Welcome to the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco

Established in 1986, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco represents the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) Government in the western part of the United States. We seek to strengthen and broaden Hong Kong’s economic relations with the 19 western states, by enhancing understanding of the SAR’s free trade policy and its unique advantages as the two-way platform for overseas companies to access the China market and for Chinese companies to go global.

   
   
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Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Views Operation of Food Trucks in San Francisco

Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Views Operation of Food Trucks in San Francisco

Hong Kong Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr. Gregory So, after concluding his visit to Chile and Mexico, flew to San Francisco on August 28 to view the operation of food trucks in the city.

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Hong Kong Ready to Attract Start-ups to Develop IoT Industry

Hong Kong Ready to Attract Start-ups to Develop IoT Industry

Hong Kong stands ready to welcome the best IoT (Internet of Things) companies from around the world and help them get funding, develop prototypes, validate their products and develop large scale manufacturing next door in the Pearl River Delta and help bring them to market in the fastest possible way and time, Hong Kong Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr. Gregory So, said at the IoT (Internet of Things) Pitch Night at PMQ in Hong Kong on August 20, 2015.

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New One-Stop Portal to Help Hong Kong's Search for Talent

New One-Stop Portal to Help Hong Kong's Search for Talent

A new one-stop web portal to provide information for people considering a move to Hong Kong to work, invest or study has been launched on August 11, 2015.

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Edinburgh Low-Carbon Experts Set Up Base in Hong Kong

Edinburgh Low-Carbon Experts Set Up Base in Hong Kong

The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation (ECCI) announced on July 30, 2015 that it is branching into Asia with a center for the development of state-of-the-art technology at Hong Kong Science Park.

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Young Hong Kong Musicians and Athletes Coming to Southern California

Young Hong Kong Musicians and Athletes Coming to Southern California

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco welcomes a group of young musicians and a delegation of Special Olympics athletes from Hong Kong this summer.

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Asian Film Festival of Dallas Official Selection 2015

More Hong Kong Movies in Dallas

WILD CITY, a movie by Hong Kong film director Ringo Lam will be the centerpiece film at the 14th Annual Asian Film Festival of Dallas. The Festival, which runs from July 16 to 23, will feature a total of three Hong Kong movies. The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco is a sponsor of the Festival.

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Election Proposals Vetoed by Legislative Council

Election Proposals Vetoed by Legislative Council

The Legislative Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has voted down the government proposals for implementing universal suffrage in the 2017 HKSAR Chief Executive election.

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Hong Kong ICT Delegation Visits Bay Area

Hong Kong ICT Delegation Visits Bay Area

Led by the Hong Kong Information Technology Joint Council (HKITJC) and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), a delegation of 50 leaders from the Hong Kong ICT (information and communications technology) and related sectors came to the San Francisco Bay Area in early June as part of their visit to the U.S. and Canada.

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