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Council question: Job creation for information technology sector

2020-06-24

Following is a question by the Hon Charles Mok and a written reply by the Secretary for Innovation and Technology, Mr Alfred Sit, in the Legislative Council today (June 24):

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The second-round relief measures, launched by the Government in April this year, include the allocation of around $6 billion to cr…

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Council question: Information security of the health code system

2020-06-24

Following is a question by the Hon Charles Peter Mok and a written reply by the Secretary for Food and Health, Professor Sophia Chan, in the Legislative Council today (June 24):

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In an effort to facilitate the cross-boundary activities of residents of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, the Government is tak…

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Council question: Operation and development of RTHK

2020-06-17

Following is a question by the Hon Charles Mok and a written reply by the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr Edward Yau, in the Legislative Council today (June 17):

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The Government announced last month the establishment of a dedicated team (the team) to review the governance and manageme…

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June 4th: The day we will never forget (Column on HKEJ, Chinese version only)

2020-06-05

每年6月4日,點點燭光滙聚成汪洋的壯觀畫面,代表着香港的人權和自由,亦是香港人拒絕遺忘,堅持守護良知和真相的象徵。也許香港人不曾想過,相隔31年後,今日的香港竟然不能公開悼念六四。

諷刺的是,同樣在這一天,立法會在立法會主席和保皇黨護航之下,強行三讀通過《國歌法》。難保日後中共國歌奏起,政權覺得表情不夠誠懇、不夠感動,也可能被指故意貶損國歌而犯法,損害其「莊嚴形象」而招致牢獄之災。香港人和納粹德國的距離,其實只是一步之遙。

六四悼念晚會第一次被禁止在維多利亞公園舉辦,但市民依然自發悼念,在不同地方、用各種方式延續紀念六四屠城的記憶,大批市民毋懼打壓仍前往維多利亞公園。燭光晚會象徵的反抗意義,今年雖然被禁,…

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