SHA's Commendation Scheme presentation ceremony (10.11.2014)

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

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SHA: Government committed to promoting development of sports (27.9.2014)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, attended the closing ceremony of the 2014 Wong Tai Sin Sports Festival cum the 4th Sports without Boundaries Fun Day to show his support for community recreation and sports programmes. Photo shows Mr Tsang delivering speech at the ceremony.

  • Mr Tsang and other guests officiate at the ceremony.

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E-League officially launched (19.7.2014)

  • Speaking at the ceremony, Mr Tsang encourages young people to seize Hong Kong's advantageous position and to further equip themselves so as to contribute to the future development of society.

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Public consultation on review of Hotel and Guesthouse Accommodation Ordinance begins (4.7.2014)

  • Mr Tsang said that setting out various proposals, the consultation document aims to enhance the effectiveness of enforcement action against unlicensed guesthouses to offer better protection to the public, and improve the licensing regime to minimize the impacts caused by guesthouses to the residents.

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Public consultation on review of Hotel and Guesthouse Accommodation Ordinance begins (4.7.2014)

  • The Home Affairs Department (HAD) released a consultation paper on the "Review of the Hotel and Guesthouse Accommodation Ordinance" to consult the public on facilitating the enforcement actions against unlicensed guesthouses and enhancing the licensing regime. In the photo (from left): The Assistant Director of Home Affairs, Mr Franco Kwok; the Director of Home Affairs, Mrs Pamela Tan; the Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, and the Deputy Director of Home Affairs, Mr Jack Chan.

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"Let's Get to Know the Basic Law; To Take Forward Constitutional Development" Tsuen Wan District Basic Law promotion activities (24.4.2014)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing (second left); the Chairman of the Tsuen Wan District Council, Mr Chan Iu-seng (second right); the Chairman of the Tsuen Wan District Civic Education Committee, Mr Chung Wai-ping (left); and the District Officer (Tsuen Wan), Miss Jenny Yip (right) officiate at the "Let's Get to Know the Basic Law; To Take Forward Constitutional Development" Tsuen Wan District Basic Law promotion activities launch ceremony.

  • Mr Tsang said that a variety of promotional activities were being held in 18 districts to disseminate Basic Law messages to every corner of the community. He appealed to residents to actively take part in these activities.

  • A roving exhibition cum quiz game will be held this month and in May in Tsuen Wan District.

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Official launch of "Bless Hong Kong" Campaign in February - Helping those in need, is a blessing in deed (7.1.2014)

  • The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Tsang Tak-sing, delivered opening remarks at the briefing for "Bless Hong Kong" Campaign.

  • Officiating guests unveiled the logo at the “Bless Hong Kong” Campaign briefing. The logo adopts a Chinese character - “Fuk” which means “blessing”, making use four of them to bring out the message that “blessings” should be treasured, created, accumulated to promote a caring, mutual helping, inclusive and supportive spirit. (From left): Executive Manager (Charities) of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Ms Winnie Ying; Professor Paul Yip of the Department of Social Work and Social Administration of the University of Hong Kong; the Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Raymond Young; the Chairman of the Societal Engagement Task Force (SETF) of the Commission on Poverty, Dr David Wong; Mr Tsang Tak-sing; the Vice-Chairman of the SETF, Ms Leonie Ki; co-opted member of the SETF, Mr Rocky Cheng; the Secretary of the Commission on Poverty, Ms Doris Ho; and the Business Director of Hong Kong Council of Social Service, Mr Cliff Choi.

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