Chief Secretary John Lee speaks about the government’s preparations for the 25th anniversary of  Hong Kong’s return to Chinese rule on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse
Chief Secretary John Lee speaks about the government’s preparations for the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese rule on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse

Community-organised celebrations for Hong Kong’s handover anniversary can apply for official recognition under new pilot scheme

  • The government is also planning 100 official events to mark the 25th year since Hong Kong’s establishment as a special administrative region of China on July 1, 1997
  • Chief Secretary John Lee, who is overseeing the celebrations, says a broad range of activities will be presented under the theme of ‘A New Era – Stability, Prosperity, Opportunity’

Topic |   Hong Kong handover anniversary
Chief Secretary John Lee speaks about the government’s preparations for the 25th anniversary of  Hong Kong’s return to Chinese rule on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse
Chief Secretary John Lee speaks about the government’s preparations for the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese rule on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse
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