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AMS and SFU sign MOU to bolster youth development programs

The Auxiliary Medical Service (AMS) and Saint Francis University (SFU) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) today (June 22) to officially launch a series of academic collaborations and programs regarding youth nurturing and development.

Hong Kong Police College graduates commended for upholding professionalism and integrity

The Executive Committee Chairman of the Community Chest of Hong Kong, Dr Kwok Siu-ming, inspected the passing-out parade for 21 probationary inspectors and 157 recruit police constables at the Hong Kong Police College today (June 22).

Horace Cheung calls for early education on rule of law to nurture HK's youth

Deputy Secretary for Justice of Hong Kong Horace Cheung stated that the rule of law is the cornerstone of HK. If everyone upholds the rule of law, a fair and just living environment can be established and social stability maintained, enabling citizens to live and work in peace.

Heritage Museum's 'A Path to Glory - Jin Yong's Centennial Memorial, Sculpted by Ren Zhe' exhibition receives its 200,000th visitor

The "A Path to Glory - Jin Yong's Centennial Memorial, Sculpted by Ren Zhe" exhibition, being held at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum (HKHM) to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Dr Louis Cha (Jin Yong), has been widely welcomed by the local public and visitors since its opening on March 16. It was visited by more than 200,000 visitors, among whom about 30,000 are tourists.

Winter flu season unlikely to see outbreak, unvaccinated can still get flu shots, David Hui says

Hui reminded those who have not yet been vaccinated to get the measles shot, noting that similar situations have occurred in Europe and the United States, where measles cases have been reported.

Traffic optimization measures reduce congestion in HK's major tunnels, says transport secretary

Furthermore, the introduction of time-based tolls has led to a 1-4% decrease in the total traffic flow during peak hours and a 3-6% increase in the half-hour before and after peak hours, describing the results as evident.

Dane Cheng indicates global traveler behavior is shifting towards in-depth tourism

Dane Cheng, the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Tourism Board, stated that the travel patterns of global tourists have changed, with in-depth travel becoming the main focus.

Security chief accuses RFA of spreading misleading information, endangering national security

Hong Kong Secretary for Security Chris Tang on Friday (June 21) accused Radio Free Asia (RFA) of endangering national security by spreading misleading and false information in its report on the renewal of smart ID cards.

Residential burglaries surge in first 5 months, Raymond Siu attributes increase to more outbound travel

Raymond Siu believes the surge in burglary cases is because many Hong Kong residents have been traveling abroad since the full reopening of borders last year.

Burst water pipes cause road collapse at Chengdu metro construction site, no casualties reported

After a road collapse incident at a construction site for a metro line in Chengdu, Southwest China's Sichuan Province, Chengdu Rail Transit Group said on Friday that it was caused by a burst water pipe, and there were no casualties.

LD reminds employers and employees to take heat stroke preventive measures in times of Heat Stress at Work Warning

As the Heat Stress at Work Warning is now in effect, the Hong Kong Labour Department (LD) reminds employers and employees to take appropriate measures during the effective period of the warning to prevent heat stroke when working in hot weather or hot environments.

Lam Sai-hung believes taxi fleets can improve service quality, hopes industry will 'strive harder' to do better

Lam Sai-hung, the Secretary for Transport and Logistics, expressed confidence that taxi fleets can bring about quality service and improve the overall standard of taxi services.

Waste levy needs public acceptance, punitive enforcement is impractical: CE

Hong Kong Chief Executive John Lee stated that the waste levy impacts everyone's life; it requires the public's voluntary participation and acceptance. If the government solely relies on punitive enforcement, it would not be the right approach and would be difficult to implement.

Toronto ETO promotes Hong Kong's start-up ecosystem and opportunities at Collision 2024

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Toronto (Toronto ETO), Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) and StartmeupHK (SMUHK) promoted Hong Kong's edge as a leading hub and perfect platform for the development of the global start-up ecosystem during the technology conference Collision 2024 held in Toronto from June 17 to 20 (Toronto time).

China emerges as new global technology superpower, surpassing US in latest research rankings: Nature Index report

On Tuesday (June 18), Springer Nature, the renowned British publisher of the world's most authoritative scientific journal 'Nature,' released a research report stating that China is becoming the newest global technology superpower.
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