SHA visits Sham Shui Po District (22.6.2018)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, met with Sham Shui Po District Council (SSPDC) members to exchange views on district issues. Mr Lau (centre) is pictured with the Chairman of SSPDC, Mr Ambrose Cheung (fourth left); the Vice Chairman of SSPDC, Mr Chan Wai-ming (third left); the District Officer (Sham Shui Po), Mr Damian Lee (second right), and other members of SSPDC.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (third right), unveils a plaque at the opening ceremony of the Sham Shui Po District Council Yan Oi Tong Mei Foo Neighbourhood Activity Centre. Other officiating guests include the Deputy Director of Home Affairs, Miss Charmaine Wong (first left); the Chairman of Sham Shui Po District Council, Mr Ambrose Cheung (second left); the District Officer (Sham Shui Po), Mr Damian Lee (first right); and the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Yan Oi Tong, Dr Louisa Lo (second right).

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (third left), tours the facilities of the Savannah College of Art and Design Hong Kong during his visit to Sham Shui Po District.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (third right), meets with children at the Music Children Foundation during his visit to Sham Shui Po District.

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SHA visits Yau Tsim Mong District (11.6.2018)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (centre), officiates at the ground-breaking ceremony of the Establishment of an Arts Centre by Retrofitting Tai Po Government Secondary School project under the Signature Project Scheme (Tai Po District) during his visit to Tai Po. Also officiating at the ceremony are the Chairman of the Tai Po District Council, Mr Cheung Hok-ming (right), and the Chairman of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Dr Wilfred Wong (left).

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (right), tours the Soy Street pedestrian subway to inspect the wall sticker beautification work during his visit to Yau Tsim Mong District.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (third right), meets with the Youth Health Ambassadors of the Yau Tsim Mong Healthy City Executive Committee when visiting the Mong Kok District Cultural, Recreational and Sports Association Lim Por Yen Centre.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (centre), meets with Yau Tsim Mong District Council (YTMDC) members to exchange views on district issues. Next to him are the Chairman of the YTMDC, Mr Chris Ip (left), and the District Officer (Yau Tsim Mong), Mrs Laura Aron (right).

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SHA visits Sha Tin District (27.4.2018)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, visited Sha Tin District and met with Sha Tin District Council members to exchange views on various district issues and matters of concern. Mr Lau (front row, second right) is pictured with the Chairman of Sha Tin District Council, Mr Ho Hau-cheung (front row, centre); the District Officer (Sha Tin), Miss Amy Chan (front row, first right), and other members of Sha Tin District Council.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (fifth right), tours the production line of WashEasy, a social enterprise run by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, during his visit to Sha Tin District.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (third right), chats with students participating in performing arts during his visit to Kwok Tak Seng Catholic Secondary School in Sha Tin.

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Public consultation on review of Private Recreational Leases starts (20.3.2018)

  • The Government announced the launch of a six-month consultation to solicit views from the public and stakeholders on the recommendations of the review of the Private Recreational Lease (PRL) policy. Photo shows the Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah (second left); the Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, Mrs Betty Fung (second right); the Commissioner for Sports, Mr Yeung Tak-keung (first left); and the Deputy Director of Lands (Specialist) (Lands Administration Office, Headquarters), Mr Tony Moyung (first right), at the media briefing on the policy review on PRLs.

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