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Secretary for Security

Article 23 law when time's right, security chief says

Passing the national security legislation required under Article 23 of the Basic Law was a "constitutional responsibility", Secretary for Security Lai Tung-kwok said yesterday.

Sunday, 13 January, 2013, 4:32am

Regina Ip - Legislator

Life has thrown more than its fair share of challenges at Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee. In the face of adversity and throughout her life, she has drawn inspiration from the motto of her school, St Stephen's Girls' College, 'In Faith Go Forward'.

11 Oct 2011 - 12:00am

Public to be involved in nuclear drill

Hong Kong's first nuclear safety drill in more than a decade could involve more than 1,000 city residents, if officials decide to expand the 'emergency zone'' around the Daya Bay nuclear complex from a 20 kilometre to a 30 kilometre radius.

Tung Lung Chau, home to just two people, is the only Hong Kong territory within the 20 kilometre zone around the mainland plant.

8 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Security chief apologises to travellers

Hong Kong's security chief has taken responsibility for the hundreds of residents stranded in Thailand and apologised.

'As the security chief, I shoulder full responsibility for the hundreds of residents stranded in Thailand and I apologise to travellers affected,' Ambrose Lee Siu-kwong said at a Legislative Council security panel meeting yesterday.

3 Dec 2008 - 12:00am

Retiring immigration chief won't rule out security minister's job

Outgoing immigration chief Lai Tung-kwok has not ruled out the possibility of becoming secretary for security but says joining the private sector is not an option.

Mr Lai, who has held the post since 2002, said he had achieved targets set six years ago and it was the right time to hand over to a successor.

4 Apr 2008 - 12:00am

New scheme launched to prevent copyright infringements

Updated at 6.45pm: Hong Kong?s customs authorities on Wednesday launched a scheme to invite young internet users to help catch people sharing copyrighted material online.

More than 1,600 members of 11 youth uniformed organisations have joined the scheme aimed at combating copyright infringement on the internet, Secretary for Security Ambrose Lee Siu-kwong said.

19 Jul 2006 - 12:00am