SHA visits Yau Tsim Mong District to learn about the needs of ethnic minorities (20.11.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing (right), visited Chungking Mansions in Tsim Sha Tsui and toured around its shops and guesthouses to learn more about their business operations and the living environment of ethnic minorities in the building.

  • Mr Tsang (centre) visits the control office of Chungking Mansions to learn about the daily management of the building.

  • Mr Tsang visits Jordan Road Government Primary School to see how ethnic minority students learn Chinese calligraphy.

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SHA visits Kowloon City (27.9.2012)

  • With the approach of the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, brought lanterns and stationery when he visited the newly arrived Chan family in Kowloon City. He sought to better understand their adaptation to local community.

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SHA commends distinguished citizens for serving the community (21.8.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, speaks at a presentation ceremony for the Secretary for Home Affairs' Commendation Scheme.

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Secretary for Home Affairs exchanges views with young people in Sha Tin (1.8.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, visits the elderly at the Ho Kin District Community Centre for Senior Citizens sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen in Sham Shui Po.

  • Mr Tsang visits the Food For All - Food Assistance Service of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals to learn more about support for the low-income group at the community level.

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SHA attends 15th anniversary celebratory carnival in North District (22.7.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, attended a carnival in North District to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR. He thanked the community at large for contributing to the harmony, stability and prosperity of the society. With the inauguration of the fourth term government, Mr Tsang hoped that all sectors in the community would keep up their efforts to collaborate and unify for the continuous development of Hong Kong.

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Sai Kung Tseung Kwan O Government Complex officially opens (6.7.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing (third left), officiates at the opening ceremony of the Sai Kung Tseung Kwan O Government Complex. Also attending the ceremony were (from left): the Deputy Director of Home Affairs, Ms Mimi Lee; the Chairman of Sai Kung District Council, Mr George Ng; the Director of Leisure and Cultural Services, Mrs Betty Fung; the Acting Director of Architectural Services, Mr Stephen Tang; and the District Officer (Sai Kung), Ms Maureen Siu.

  • Mr Tsang speaks at the opening ceremony.

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SHA visits district works projects in Tsuen Wan (15.6.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, visited Tsuen Wan to see how the District Council is improving the facilities and environment of old areas through district minor works. He saw the kids having fun at the renovated children's play facilities at the Tai Pei Square Playground.

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Secretary for Home Affairs exchanges views with young people in Sha Tin (20.3.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, visited Sha Tin to exchange views with members of the Sha Tin Youth Service Corps in Pok Hong Community Hall and learned about the implementation of youth programmes in the district.

  • Mr Tsang encouraged young people to actively participate in district affairs, contributing to community building.

  • Mr Tsang listened to a briefing by Home Affairs Bureau's Chinese Temples Committee on Che Kung Temple's renovation work and operation.

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HKSAR Government strengthens support services for ethnic minorities (13.1.2012)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing (right), brought along Lunar New Year food on his visit to the HOPE Centre in Wan Chai. He encouraged members of ethnic minorities to join more activities and services at the centre so that they could integrate faster into the local society and culture.

  • Mr Tsang (right) watches ethnic minority children writing spring couplets and shares with them the joy of the traditional Chinese festival.

  • Mr Tsang (left) chats with members of ethnic minorities attending a computer class to find out more about their studies at the centre and their life in Hong Kong.

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