Jade Lai, political assistant to the secretary for home affairs, is expected to move to Singapore after resigning to spend time with her family. Photo: Nora Tam Jade Lai, political assistant to the secretary for home affairs, is expected to move to Singapore after resigning to spend time with her family. Photo: Nora Tam
Jade Lai, political assistant to the secretary for home affairs, is expected to move to Singapore after resigning to spend time with her family. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong Home Affairs Bureau senior official steps down, citing family time

  • Jade Lai, political assistant to home affairs chief Caspar Tsui since 2017, is the second top political appointee to leave since Carrie Lam took office
  • She was among the initial group of city officials to take an oath pledging allegiance to Hong Kong as laid out in the national security law

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Jade Lai, political assistant to the secretary for home affairs, is expected to move to Singapore after resigning to spend time with her family. Photo: Nora Tam Jade Lai, political assistant to the secretary for home affairs, is expected to move to Singapore after resigning to spend time with her family. Photo: Nora Tam
Jade Lai, political assistant to the secretary for home affairs, is expected to move to Singapore after resigning to spend time with her family. Photo: Nora Tam
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