Initiatives to promote the development of technology and implementing free kindergarten education will be among the highlights of Leung Chun-ying’s fourth policy address to be unveiled tomorrow. Leung is also expected to set up a HK$500 million fund to promote sustainable development of agriculture in the city. Initiatives to promote the development of technology and implementing free kindergarten education will be among the highlights of Leung Chun-ying’s fourth policy address to be unveiled tomorrow. Leung is also expected to set up a HK$500 million fund to promote sustainable development of agriculture in the city.
Initiatives to promote the development of technology and implementing free kindergarten education will be among the highlights of Leung Chun-ying’s fourth policy address to be unveiled tomorrow. Leung is also expected to set up a HK$500 million fund to promote sustainable development of agriculture in the city.

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Initiatives to promote the development of technology and implementing free kindergarten education will be among the highlights of Leung Chun-ying’s fourth policy address to be unveiled tomorrow. Leung is also expected to set up a HK$500 million fund to promote sustainable development of agriculture in the city. Initiatives to promote the development of technology and implementing free kindergarten education will be among the highlights of Leung Chun-ying’s fourth policy address to be unveiled tomorrow. Leung is also expected to set up a HK$500 million fund to promote sustainable development of agriculture in the city.
Initiatives to promote the development of technology and implementing free kindergarten education will be among the highlights of Leung Chun-ying’s fourth policy address to be unveiled tomorrow. Leung is also expected to set up a HK$500 million fund to promote sustainable development of agriculture in the city.
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