Sessions on "Spirit of the President's Important Speech" held by Kwun Tong, Sha Tin, Yau Tsim Mong and Yuen Long District Offices (with photos)
The KTDO and the Kowloon Federation of Associations Kwun Tong District Committee (KFAKTDC) jointly organised a session to learn, promote and implement the spirit of President Xi Jinping's important speech for different sectors in Kwun Tong at Lam Tin (East) Community Hall on July 8. The Deputy Director of Bauhinia Academy of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government (LOCPG) in the HKSAR, Dr Chen Suting, was invited as the keynote speaker. Deputy Director General of the Kowloon Sub-office of the LOCPG in the HKSAR, Mr Zhu Xiaodong, Hong Kong Deputy to the National People's Congress, member of the Executive Council and the Legislative Council, Hon Stanley Ng Chau-pei, the District Officer (Kwun Tong), Mr Andy Lam, and the Director of KFAKTDC, Mr Wong Chun-ping also spoke. More than 320 participants attended the session on July 8, including the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Kwun Tong District Council, Mr Or Chong-shing and Mr Lui Tung-hai, other District Council members and members of committees under KTDO, locals in Kwun Tong District and staff of KTDO.
The STDO together with the Shatin District Committee of New Territories Association of Societies held two sessions on July 8 on "Spirit of the President's Important Speech" at the Yuen Chau Kok Community Hall in Sha Tin. Representatives of various local organisations, students and young people attended the sessions. For the first session, the Director General of the New Territories Sub-office of the LOCPG in the HKSAR, Mr Li Jiyi, was invited as keynote speaker. Participants were mainly members of the District Fight Crime Committee (Sha Tin District), the District Fire Safety Committee (Sha Tin District) and the Area Committees of Sha Tin District. The second session was dedicated to young people. National Committee Member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and the Legislative Council Member, Dr Hon Johnny Ng, as well as All-China Youth Federation and the Vice Chairman of the Youth Development Commission, Mr Clarence Leung, were invited as keynote speakers. Participants were mainly secondary students and leaders of youth organisations. The two sessions in Sha Tin on July 8 were attended by over 350 participants.
The YTMDO, together with a youth organisation, held a session to learn from President Xi's speech on July 1 at YTMDO on July 7. The Deputy Director-General of the Department of Social Affairs of the LOCPG in the HKSAR, Mr Li Yun-fu, attended as a guest tutor. About 50 participants, including the chairpersons and vice-chairpersons of the committees appointed by YTMDO as well as district representatives from relevant government departments, exchanged their views on the spirit of President Xi's speech. Hong Kong Deputy to the National People's Congress, member of the Executive Council and the Legislative Council, Hon Stanley Ng Chau-pei, also shared his thoughts through video conferencing.
The YLDO, in collaboration with the Yuen Long District Organising Committee for the Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR, the six Rural Committees of Yuen Long and Yuen Long Town Hall, organised the "Sharing Session on the Spirit of President Xi's Important Speech of July 1" at Yuen Long District Community Services Building on July 6. The Sharing Session was attended by keynote speakers including member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, Mr Leung Che-cheung; Second-level Inspector of the New Territories Sub-office of the LOCPG in the HKSAR, Mr Deng Weisheng; and the District Officer (Yuen Long), Mr Gordon Wu. Members of the three Area Committees, District Fight Crime Committee, District Fire Safety Committee in Yuen Long, along with leaders of local organisations such as the Federation of Yuen Long Associations, Yuen Long District Arts Committee, Yuen Long District Sports Association and Yuen Long Merchants Association attended the session. The session was attended by over 160 participants.
Other District Offices will be rolling out sessions, so as to enable more district personalities to share their thoughts on the spirit of the President's important speech.
Ends/Saturday, July 9, 2022
Issued at HKT 0:57
Issued at HKT 0:57