Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and Yang Jianping (left), deputy director of Beijing's liaison office, offer a toast at a spring reception hosted in the city yesterday. Leung faces a tough day today, when he is scheduled to deliver his maiden policy address. Photo: Edward Wong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and Yang Jianping (left), deputy director of Beijing's liaison office, offer a toast at a spring reception hosted in the city yesterday. Leung faces a tough day today, when he is scheduled to deliver his maiden policy address. Photo: Edward Wong
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and Yang Jianping (left), deputy director of Beijing's liaison office, offer a toast at a spring reception hosted in the city yesterday. Leung faces a tough day today, when he is scheduled to deliver his maiden policy address. Photo: Edward Wong
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Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and Yang Jianping (left), deputy director of Beijing's liaison office, offer a toast at a spring reception hosted in the city yesterday. Leung faces a tough day today, when he is scheduled to deliver his maiden policy address. Photo: Edward Wong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and Yang Jianping (left), deputy director of Beijing's liaison office, offer a toast at a spring reception hosted in the city yesterday. Leung faces a tough day today, when he is scheduled to deliver his maiden policy address. Photo: Edward Wong
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and Yang Jianping (left), deputy director of Beijing's liaison office, offer a toast at a spring reception hosted in the city yesterday. Leung faces a tough day today, when he is scheduled to deliver his maiden policy address. Photo: Edward Wong
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