SHA visits Yuen Long District (30.7.2010)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, watches a teenager practise rock climbing in The Friends of Scouting Jockey Club Long Ping Service Centre for Children and Youth during his visit to Yuen Long. The centre is one of the bodies sponsored by Yuen Long District Office to provide a variety of activities under the anti-youth drug abuse community programme.

  • In The Friends of Scouting Jockey Club Long Ping Service Centre, Mr Tsang watches a teenager practise “break-dancing”.

  • Mr Tsang chats with teenagers taking part in football training in Yuen Long.

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Reporting Session of 2010 Summit on District Administration (21.7.2010)

  • (From left) The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, Chairman of Kowloon City District Council, Mr Wong Kwok-keung, Chairman of Sai Kung DC, Mr Ng Sze-fuk, Chief Executive, Mr Donald Tsang, Acting Chief Secretary for Administration, Mr Stephen Lam, Chairman of Tsuen Wan DC, Mr Chau How-chen, and Chairman of Central and Western DC, Mr Chan Tak-chor together turn a new page on district administration.

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Fourth regional forum for 2010 Summit on District Administration (22.6.2010)

  • The fourth regional forum for the 2010 Summit on District Administration was held at the Tsuen Wan Town Hall for District Council members to discuss and share views on District Minor Works with government officials. From left: Director of Leisure and Cultural Services, Mrs Betty Fung; Director of Home Affairs, Mrs Pamela Tan; Vice-chairman of Tuen Mun District Council, Mr Leung Kin-man; Chairman of Kwai Tsing District Council, Mr Tang Kwok-kong; Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing; Chairman of Tsuen Wan District Council, Mr Chau How-chen; Legislative Councillor representing the District Council functional constituency, Mr Ip Kwok-him; Chairman of Yuen Long District Council, Mr Leung Che-cheung; Vice-chairman of Islands District Council, Miss Chau Chuen-heung; Acting Director of Architectural Services, Mr Leung Koon-kee; and Acting Deputy Director of Electrical and Mechanical Services, Mr She Siu-kuen.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, delivers opening remarks at the forum and invites participants to express their views.

  • Mr Tsang and Mr Chau How-chen listen to the views of District Council members on District Minor Works.

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"Vibrant People, Harmonious Community Activities" launching ceremony (20.6.2010)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing (third left), (from left) one of the ambassadors of the programme, Mr Cheng Ka-ho; Chairman of the assessment panel of the "Vibrant People, Harmonious Community Activities" programme, Mr Chung Pui-lam; and Director of Home Affairs, Mrs Pamela Tan officiate at the ceremony by putting up logos of the four elements.

  • Mr Tsang, Mr Chung, and Mrs Tan take a group photo with the six ambassadors who are present at the ceremony today. The ambassadors are (from left) Miss Chan Yi-nay, Miss Ho Suet-hay, Mr Cheng Ka-ho, Miss Wong Yook-shiu, Mr Pakistani Shafi and Mr Lee Yi-keung.

  • Mr Cheng leads Mr Tsang, District Council chairmen and vice-chairmen, as well as kindergarten students in a Kung Fu performance to bring out the message of "Sports for All".

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Third regional forum for 2010 Summit on District Administration (19.6.2010)

  • The third regional forum for the 2010 Summit on District Administration was held at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum for District Council members to share views and discuss with government officials on community involvement activities. From left: Director of Leisure and Cultural Services, Mrs Betty Fung; Director of Home Affairs, Mrs Pamela Tan; Chairman of Sha Tin District Council, Mr Wai Kwok-hung; Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Raymond Young; Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing; Chairman of Sai Kung District Council, Mr Ng Sze-fuk; Secretary for Labour and Welfare, Mr Matthew Cheung; Acting Permanent Secretary for Labour and Welfare, Mr Roy Tang; Vice Chairman of Tai Po District Council, Mr Man Chen-fai; Chairman of North District Council, Mr So Sai-chi; Director of Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation, Mr Alan Wong; and Director of Social Welfare, Mr Patrick Nip.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, delivers opening remarks at the forum and invites participants to express their views.

  • (From left) Mr Raymond Young, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, Mr Wong Kwok-keung, Mrs Carrie Lam and Mr Thomas Chow listen to District Councillors' views on building management and maintenance.

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Second regional forum for 2010 Summit on District Administration (15.6.2010)

  • The second regional forum for the 2010 Summit on District Administration was held at Henry G Leong Yaumatei Community Centre for District Council members to discuss building management and maintenance with government officials. (From left:) Director of Home Affairs, Mrs Pamela Tan; Chairman of Yau Tsim Mong District Council, Mr Chung Kong-mo; Chairman of Sham Shui Po District Council, Dr Chan Tung; Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Raymond Young; Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing; Chairman of Kowloon City District Council, Mr Wong Kwok-keung; Secretary of Kowloon City District Council, Miss Lam Yuk-ying; Secretary for Development, Mrs Carrie Lam; Permanent Secretary for Development (Planning and Lands), Mr Thomas Chow; Chairman of Kwun Tong District Council, Mr Chan Chung-bun; Chairman of Wong Tai Sin District Council, Mr Li Tak-hong; and Director of Buildings, Mr Au Choi-kai.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, delivers opening remarks at the forum.

  • (From left) Mr Raymond Young, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, Mr Wong Kwok-keung, Mrs Carrie Lam and Mr Thomas Chow listen to District Councillors' views on building management and maintenance.

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First regional forum for 2010 Summit on District Administration (10.6.2010)

  • The first regional forum for the 2010 Summit on District Administration was held at Youth Square for District Council members to discuss with government officials on management of district facilities. (From left:) Director of Leisure and Cultural Services, Mrs Betty Fung; Director of Home Affairs, Mrs Pamela Tan; Chairman of Southern District Council, Ms Mar Yuet-har; Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Raymond Young; Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing; Chairman of Central and Western District Council, Mr Chan Tak-chor; Secretary for Food and Health, Dr York Chow; Permanent Secretary for Food and Health (Food), Mrs Marion Lai; Chairman of Eastern District Council, Ms Christina Ting; Chairman of Wan Chai District Council, Mr Suen Kai-cheong; and Director of Food and Environmental Hygiene, Mr Cheuk Wing-hing.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, delivers opening remarks at the forum.

  • (From left) Mr Raymond Young, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, Mr Chan Tak-chor and Dr York Chow listen to District Councilors' views on management of district facilities.

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District Council chairmen and vice-chairmen visit Shanghai and Suzhou (4.6.2010 - 7.6.2010)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs Mr Tsang Tak-sing, the Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Mr Raymond Young, and the Director of Home Affairs Mrs Pamela Tan, together with a delegation of District Council chairmen and vice chairmen arrived in Shanghai and pose for a group photo after taking the maglev train. Apart from calling on Shanghai and Jiangsu leaders, the delegation toured local communities and infrastructure, including the Yangshan deep-water port, Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre, China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park and Suzhou Museum. A visit was also made to the World Expo 2010 Shanghai China.

  • The delegation visit the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre to learn the latest planning and infrastructural projects in the city.

  • The delegation visit "Huangpu District East Nanjing Road Sub-district Community Affairs Service Centre".

  • The delegation watch two residents practising Chinese calligraphy in a community centre in Shanghai.

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs Mr Tsang Tak-sing and the Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Mr Raymond Young watched a performance by the Hong Kong Ballet in Shanghai. Mr Tsang and Mr Young are pictured with performers backstage after watching the performance, a Shanghai Expo programme.

  • The delegation tour the Yangshan Deep-water Port, Shanghai to learn the latest developments.

  • The delegation visited the Urban Best Practices Area of Expo 2010 Shanghai China. They pose for a group photo at the Hong Kong case pavilion which carried the theme "Smart Card, Smart City, Smart Life".

  • Mr Tsang Tak-sing and leader of the delegation, Mr Lau Wong-fat, connect with the Hong Kong Museum of Science through an interactive portal in Hong Kong's Urban Best Practices Area exhibition.

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SHA visits service centre for young drug abusers (1.6.2010)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, watches a centre user playing piano at the band room of the Hong Kong Lutheran Cheer Lutheran Centre. The centre is a partner of the North District's Youth Anti-drug Community Programme.

  • Mr Tsang examines the drug testing equipment at the Cheer Lutheran Centre.

  • A centre user shares his personal experience with Mr Tsang.

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SHA visits Tsuen Wan district (10.3.2010)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, meets with students participating in a pilot scheme to support newly-arrived students at S.K.H. Chu Oi Primary School (Lei Muk Shue).

  • Mr Tsang visits the study room of Shek Wai Kok Community Hall.

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SHA's spring reception (19.2.2010)

  • The spring reception hosted by the Secretary for Home Affairs was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Acting Chief Executive Mr John C Tsang (centre), SHA Mr Tsang Tak-sing (third left), Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Mr Raymond Young (first left), and other officiating guests propose a toast at the reception.

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SHA visits families affected by Ma Tau Wai building collapse (11.2.2010)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, visits families in Shek Lei Estate, Kwai Chung who are affected by the building collapse incident in Ma Tau Wai Road.

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SHA visits Chinese New Year booths at Youth Square (10.2.2010)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, visits the Youth Square in Chai Wan to learn about the "Good Year! CNY Market" - Chinese New Year booths organised by the Youth Square.

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