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SDEV visits Sham Shui Po District to meet with residents (28/07/2017)

Accompanied by the Chairman of the Sham Shui Po District Council, Mr Ambrose Cheung (second left), the Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (second right); the Director of Buildings, Mr Cheung Tin-cheung (first right); and the Managing Director of the Urban Renewal Authority, Mr Wai Chi-sing (first left), today (July 28) visited a singleton elderly resident living in Un Chau Estate to learn more about her living conditions and needs. Photo shows Mr Wong giving her a gift pack to show his care.
Accompanied by the Chairman of the Sham Shui Po District Council, Mr Ambrose Cheung (first left), the Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (centre); the Director of Buildings, Mr Cheung Tin-cheung (first right); and the Managing Director of the Urban Renewal Authority, Mr Wai Chi-sing (second right), today (July 28) visited a singleton elderly resident living in Un Chau Estate to learn more about his living conditions and needs. Photo shows them listening to the elderly resident play a musical instrument during the visit.
Accompanied by the Chairman of the Sham Shui Po District Council, Mr Ambrose Cheung (first left), the Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (centre); the Director of Buildings, Mr Cheung Tin-cheung (second right); and the Managing Director of the Urban Renewal Authority, Mr Wai Chi-sing (first right), today (July 28) visit a family living in Un Chau Estate to learn more about their living conditions and needs.
The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (third left); the Director of Buildings, Mr Cheung Tin-cheung (second left); and the Managing Director of the Urban Renewal Authority, Mr Wai Chi-sing (fourth left), today (July 28) meet with Sham Shui Po District Council members to listen to their views and suggestions on the work of the Government and exchange views on residents' issues of concern.
The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (front row, right), today (July 28) visits the Jao Tsung-I Academy and is briefed by the Chief Executive Officer of the Academy, Mr Mike Lai (front row, left), on the conservation, revitalisation and operation of the Grade 3 historic building.
The Secretary for Development, Mr Michael Wong (first right), today (July 28) visits the Jao Tsung-I Academy and is briefed on the lotus pond called "Light and Shadow" in the Academy. Looking on are the Director of Buildings, Mr Cheung Tin-cheung (third left); the Managing Director of the Urban Renewal Authority, Mr Wai Chi-sing (second left); and the Chairman of the Sham Shui Po District Council, Mr Ambrose Cheung (first left).

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