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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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Hong Kong preps for 5G future

The fifth generation (5G) mobile network is an important telecommunications infrastructure in Hong Kong and has immense potential for various business services and smart city applications.

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Hong Kong preps for 5G future
   
Hong Kong team achieves outstanding results in first participation in International Biology Olympiad


In the first time Hong Kong representatives have participated in the International Biology Olympiad (IBO), the team, comprising four student members, achieved outstanding results, winning one gold medal, two silver medals and one bronze medal. 

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Hong Kong team achieves outstanding results in first participation in International Biology Olympiad
   
Hong Kong students win physics medals

Hong Kong students have won five silver medals at the 50th International Physics Olympiad in Israel.

They are Chau Chun-wang from St Margaret’s Co-educational English Secondary & Primary School, Gaurav Arya from King George V School, Li Tat-sang from Sing Yin Secondary School, Jeff Kwan from St Paul’s Co-educational College and Lau Sze-chun from Diocesan Boys’ School.

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Hong Kong students win physics medals
   
Gov’t to be more open

Chief Executive Carrie Lam
Today marks the 22nd anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China. Every year, July 1 gives us an opportunity to look back on our past and look forward to a new year ahead for the SAR.

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Gov’t to be more open
   
HKETO SF hosts star-studded Hong Kong Cinema reception

Four filmmakers from Hong Kong joined an opening night reception in San Francisco on July 12 in honour of their works being presented in the ninth Hong Kong Cinema. Two new directors, Jun Li and Lee Cheuk-pan, along with cast members of "G Affairs" Hanna Chan and Kyle Li, attended.

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HKETO SF hosts star-studded Hong Kong Cinema reception
   
HK, US partnership strong

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung
Last year, the US bilateral trade surplus in goods and services with Hong Kong was valued at US$33.8 billion. The US was Hong Kong's second largest merchandise trading partner in the world after Mainland China, while Hong Kong was the US' 10th largest export market, its third largest market for US$130 million worth of wine, fourth largest market for US$1 billion of beef and beef products and seventh largest market for US$4 billion consumer-oriented agricultural products.

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HK, US partnership strong
   
HK invention won Gold Medal at Silicon Valley International Invention Festival 2019

The Hong Kong Highways Department won a Gold Medal for its intelligent robotic system at the Silicon Valley International Invention Festival 2019 in the US.

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HK invention won Gold Medal at Silicon Valley International Invention Festival 2019
   
Cultural heritage work lauded

The Mid-Autumn Festival - the Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance has been selected by the Ministry of Culture & Tourism as a remarkable example of the Government’s efforts to safeguard and promote Hong Kong’s intangible cultural heritage (ICH).

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Cultural heritage work lauded
   

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