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CE welcomes bay area plan

Chief Executive Carrie Lam welcomes the Central Government's promulgation of the Outline Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

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CE welcomes bay area plan
   
Talents from Hong Kong help ring in Year of the Pig at spring receptions

Boonfaysau, an award-winning group of young a cappella singers from Hong Kong, was invited by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco (HKETO SF) to perform at its spring receptions in five cities across three western states in the United States to celebrate the Year of the Pig.

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Talents from Hong Kong help ring in Year of the Pig at spring receptions
   
Young HK chefs scoop top awards

In the male-dominated culinary industry, five young women have set their sights on forging careers as Chinese cuisine chefs. They were brought together by the Chinese Culinary Institute to form its first-ever female chef team to compete in the 2018 Asian Culinary Exchange in Shanghai last October.

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Young HK chefs scoop top awards
   
Hong Kong partners with renowned overseas institutes to establish Multi-Scale Medical Robotics Centre

Chief Executive Carrie Lam
It's a pleasure to be here today for the signing of an agreement to establish a Multi-Scale Medical Robotics Centre at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. And I'm delighted to welcome the Chinese University's eminent partners in the new center, both in my capacity as the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and as the Chancellor of this University.

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Hong Kong partners with renowned overseas institutes to establish Multi-Scale Medical Robotics Centre
   
Avenue of Stars to reopen

The revitalized Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui is reopening to the public on January 31.

Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Cherry Tse said the revitalized area has a new aesthetic look and is more functional, comfortable and convenient for residents and overseas visitors, making it a world-class harbourfront landmark.

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Avenue of Stars to reopen
   
Hong Kong ranked freest economy again

The Government welcomed the Heritage Foundation’s recognition of Hong Kong as the world's freest economy for the 25th consecutive year.

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Hong Kong ranked freest economy again
   
IMF commends Hong Kong

Financial Secretary Paul Chan welcomed an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report which commended Hong Kong for maintaining robust financial regulation and supervision.

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IMF commends Hong Kong
   
Hong Kong Gov’t boosts startup ecosystem

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung
Jumpstarter aims to build, empower and boost Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem and entrepreneurship by bringing entrepreneurs, corporates, investors and the public together, helping to transform Hong Kong into a leading hub for global innovation and technology (I&T). This echoes well with the policy objective of the current-term Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government in developing an inspiring environment conducive to I&T, with a view to creating new industries and wealth, providing more employment for young people, promoting upward mobility and improving people's livelihood.

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Hong Kong Gov’t boosts startup ecosystem
   

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