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Roving exhibition to celebrate HKSAR 10th anniversary

A 12-week roving exhibition in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR will be held by the Civil Engineering and Development Department from Saturday (July 7) to share with the public the major infrastructural development in Hong Kong over the past decade.

The prologue of the roving exhibition will be initiated by a grand opening ceremony at Olympian City 2 on Saturday at 1pm. The exhibition will then be held in 11 different locations all around Hong Kong until September 29.

Seven topics will be featured in the exhibition: (1) Overview, vision, mission and values of CEDD; (2) Harbour development; (3) Infrastructure works for tourism; (4) Land formation; (5) New towns development and its infrastructure; (6) Slope safety and (7) Greening.

Through display panels, models and computer games, people should gain a better understanding of the achievement of the department in infrastructure development in the last 10 years.

The schedule of the roving exhibition is as follows:-

July 7 (2pm) - July 10                Olympian City 2
July 11 (2pm) - July 15              Shatin Town Hall (Exhibition Hall)
July 16 (2pm) - July 18              Sheung Wan Civic Centre (Exhibition Hall)
July 20 - July 22                        Tuen Mun Town Hall (Exhibition Hall)
July 23 (2pm) - July 31              Tsuen Wan Town Hall (Exhibition Hall)
August 1 (2pm) - August 8         Leighton Hill Community Hall
August 9 (2pm) - August 14       Tse Wan Shan Shopping Centre
August 15 (2pm) - August 23     Cheung Wah Community Hall
August 25 - August 31               Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre (Exhibition Hall)
September 1 - September 15     The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (DE Wing)
September 16 - September 29   The University of Hong Kong (Chow Yik Hing Building)

At the opening ceremony, the prize giving ceremony of a primary school drawing competition organized by the department will also take place.
 
For more information or enquiries, please call the department at 2760 5850, or visit its website at http://www.cedd.gov.hk.

Ends/Thursday, July 5, 2007
Issued at HKT 14:31


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