(From left to right) Pan-democrat lawmakers Charles Mok, Joseph Lee Kok-long, Shiu Ka-chun, Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong and Ip Kin-yuen, leave Government House in Central after their dinner meeting with Chief Executive Carrie Lam Photo: Handout (From left to right) Pan-democrat lawmakers Charles Mok, Joseph Lee Kok-long, Shiu Ka-chun, Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong and Ip Kin-yuen, leave Government House in Central after their dinner meeting with Chief Executive Carrie Lam Photo: Handout
(From left to right) Pan-democrat lawmakers Charles Mok, Joseph Lee Kok-long, Shiu Ka-chun, Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong and Ip Kin-yuen, leave Government House in Central after their dinner meeting with Chief Executive Carrie Lam Photo: Handout
Carrie Lam

Hong Kong democrats dine with Carrie Lam but controversial issues are off the menu

Social, education and health care policies discussed during informal dinner with members of pro-democracy camp as Hong Kong’s leader looks to improve relations

Topic |   Carrie Lam
(From left to right) Pan-democrat lawmakers Charles Mok, Joseph Lee Kok-long, Shiu Ka-chun, Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong and Ip Kin-yuen, leave Government House in Central after their dinner meeting with Chief Executive Carrie Lam Photo: Handout (From left to right) Pan-democrat lawmakers Charles Mok, Joseph Lee Kok-long, Shiu Ka-chun, Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong and Ip Kin-yuen, leave Government House in Central after their dinner meeting with Chief Executive Carrie Lam Photo: Handout
(From left to right) Pan-democrat lawmakers Charles Mok, Joseph Lee Kok-long, Shiu Ka-chun, Kenneth Leung Kai-cheong and Ip Kin-yuen, leave Government House in Central after their dinner meeting with Chief Executive Carrie Lam Photo: Handout
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