The Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs, Mr Raymond Tam, started his three-day duty visit to Hunan and Henan provinces today (July 28) to deepen his understanding on the latest developments of the central region of the Mainland and to explore room for co-operation with the two provinces.
Upon his arrival in Changsha, Hunan today, he had meetings with the Vice Governor of the Hunan Provincial Government, Mr Zhang Jianfei, and the Mayor of the Changsha Municipal Government, Mr Hu Henghua, to discuss issues of mutual concern.
In the afternoon, he visited the Changsha National Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone and exchanged views with representatives of companies establishing their presence in the zone. In the evening, he met with Hong Kong businessmen in Changsha to understand their business and operation and the development opportunities in the central region of the Mainland.
Mr Tam will tomorrow attend a seminar on Hong Kong's city planning and deliver a speech at the seminar. He will depart for Zhengzhou, Henan tomorrow afternoon.
Ends/Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Issued at HKT 22:17
The Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs, Mr Raymond Tam, called on the Vice Governor of Hunan Province, Mr Zhang Jianfei, today (July 28) to exchange views on issues relating to co-operation and complementary development between Hong Kong and Hunan. Photo shows Mr Tam (left) shaking hands with Mr Zhang.
Mr Tam (left) called on the Mayor of the Changsha Municipal Government, Mr Hu Henghua, today (July 28) to discuss matters of co-operation between Hong Kong and the municipality.
Mr Tam (left) meets with Director of the Administrative Committee of the Changsha National High-Tech Industrial Development Zone, Mr Li Xiaohong, this afternoon to exchange views on room for co-operation between Hong Kong and Changsha on high-tech development.
Mr Tam (left) is briefed on the technology of 3D printing while touring a company in the Changsha National High-Tech Industrial Development Zone.
Mr Tam (centre) meets with Hong Kong people working and doing business in Hunan this evening to gain a better understanding of their work and life in the province.