Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po speaks to the press on government’s HK$10,000 cash handout for Hong Kong residents at the Central Government Offices, Tamar. Photo: SCMP / Felix Wong Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po speaks to the press on government’s HK$10,000 cash handout for Hong Kong residents at the Central Government Offices, Tamar. Photo: SCMP / Felix Wong
Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po speaks to the press on government’s HK$10,000 cash handout for Hong Kong residents at the Central Government Offices, Tamar. Photo: SCMP / Felix Wong
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Father’s Day the start of handout sign-up

  • The day also coincides with the start of a plan for Hong Kong to spend its way out of recession

Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po speaks to the press on government’s HK$10,000 cash handout for Hong Kong residents at the Central Government Offices, Tamar. Photo: SCMP / Felix Wong Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po speaks to the press on government’s HK$10,000 cash handout for Hong Kong residents at the Central Government Offices, Tamar. Photo: SCMP / Felix Wong
Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po speaks to the press on government’s HK$10,000 cash handout for Hong Kong residents at the Central Government Offices, Tamar. Photo: SCMP / Felix Wong
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