HAD will open temporary cold shelters under cold weather for people in need (29.12.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui, accompanied by the District Officer (Central and Western), Mr David Leung, today (December 29) visited a temporary cold shelter, which stands ready to open after the issue of cold weather warning by the Hong Kong Observatory, in Sai Ying Pun. Photo shows Mr Tsui (right) being briefed by Mr Leung on the mattresses and blankets/quilts to be provided by the cold shelter to people in need.

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui, accompanied by the District Officer (Central and Western), Mr David Leung, today (December 29) visited a temporary cold shelter, which stands ready to open after the issue of cold weather warning by the Hong Kong Observatory, in Sai Ying Pun. Photo shows Mr Tsui (right) being briefed by Mr Leung on the infection control measures adopted by the cold shelter.

SHA visits special specimen collection centre in Islands District (05.09.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui, visited a special specimen collection centre in the Islands District at Mui Wo Recreation Centre to inspect its operation on the first day and to give encouragement to the staff members on duty. Photo shows Mr Tsui (second right) being briefed by the Centre Supervisor on the infection controls and social distancing measures put in place in the centre.

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui, visited a special specimen collection centre in the Islands District at Mui Wo Recreation Centre to inspect its operation on the first day. Photo shows Mr Tsui (first right) being briefed by the Centre Supervisor on the testing workflow.

HAB urges public to avoid going to Cheung Chau to participate in Jiao Festival activities (29.04.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui (left), and the Under Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Jack Chan (right), today (April 29) learn more about the activities of the 2020 Cheung Chau Jiao Festival via an online platform.

SHA visits Wan Chai Home Affairs Enquiry Centre (27.04.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui (front row, second right), accompanied by the District Officer (Wan Chai), Mr Rick Chan (front row, first right), visited the Wan Chai Home Affairs Enquiry Centre this morning (April 27) to learn more about the daily operation of the Centre.

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui (second left), accompanied by the District Officer (Wan Chai), Mr Rick Chan (third left), visited the Wan Chai Home Affairs Enquiry Centre this morning (April 27) to learn more about the daily operation of the Centre.

SHA meets the trade unions of property management sector affiliated to the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions on enhancing the "Anti-epidemic Support Scheme for Property Management Sector" (22.04.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Caspar Tsui (second right), today (April 22) met with Legislative Council member Ms Alice Mak (second left) and representatives from trade unions of property management sector affiliated to the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions to exchange views on the enhancement of the "Anti-epidemic Support Scheme for Property Management Sector" under the "Anti-epidemic Fund"

Extension of "Anti-epidemic Support Scheme for Property Management Sector" to industrial/commercial buildings and extension of application period (14.04.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, today (April 14) visited the Property Management Services Authority (PMSA). Photo shows Mr Lau (first left), accompanied by the Legislative Council Member for Architectural, Surveying, Planning and Landscape Constituency and the Chairman of the PMSA, Mr Tony Tse (second left), learning more about the handling of applications for the "Anti-epidemic Support Scheme for Property Management Sector" under the "Anti-epidemic Fund".

SHA meets sector representatives on enhancing the "Anti-epidemic Support Scheme for Property Management Sector" (09.04.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (left row, centre), met the representatives from the property management, cleansing and security sectors to listen to their suggestions on the enhancement of the "Anti-epidemic Support Scheme for Property Management Sector" under the "Anti-epidemic Fund".

SHA meets members of Property Management Services Authority (28.02.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, met members of the Property Management Services Authority (PMSA). He expressed his gratitude to the PMSA for its support for the $1 billion Anti-epidemic Support Scheme for Property Management Sector under the Anti-epidemic Fund and for taking up the implementation of the Scheme, and praised the commitment and contribution of the property management sector in fighting the virus together in the community. Photo shows Mr Lau (front row, sixth left) with the Legislative Council Member for the Architectural, Surveying, Planning and Landscape Functional Constituency and Chairman of the PMSA, Mr Tony Tse (front row, fifth left), and other members of the PMSA.

Secretary for Home Affairs meets representatives from property management, cleansing and security sector (20.02.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (centre), met the representatives from the property management, cleansing and security sectors to introduce relevant details of the “Property Management Sector Support Scheme” under the Anti-epidemic Fund. Legislative Council Member for Architectural, Surveying, Planning and Landscape Constituency and Chairman of the Property Management Services Authority, Mr Tony Tse (second right); the President of the Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies, Dr Johnnie Chan (second left); the Convenor of the Hong Kong Services Trade Alliance, Dr Mickey Yan (first left); and the President of the Hong Kong Institute of Registered Security Trainers, Mr Justin Wong (first right), also attended the meeting.

Award Presentation Ceremony of Lifesaving Training Incentive Programme for Ethnic Minority Youths (09.01.2020)

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, addresses the Award Presentation Ceremony of the Lifesaving Training Incentive Programme for Ethnic Minority Youths 2019.

The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, officiated at the Award Presentation Ceremony of Lifesaving Training Incentive Programme for Ethnic Minority Youths 2019. Photo shows Mr Lau (second row, centre); the Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, Mrs Cherry Tse (second row, fifth left); the Director of Home Affairs, Miss Janice Tse (second row, fifth right); Deputy Director of Home Affairs Miss Vega Wong (second row, fourth left); and Assistant Director of Home Affairs Mr Howard Yam (second row, fourth right) with participants who obtained relevant lifesaving qualifications through the Programme at the ceremony.