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CS promotes support for DC election

With only 11 days left before the District Council (DC) election, Chief Secretary Chan Kwok-ki and Secretary for the Civil Service Ingrid Yeung today visited the Queensway Government Offices to promote the election to colleagues and urge them to vote with family and friends on December 10.   Also joining the visit were representatives from the four civil service central consultative councils and the four major service-wide staff unions.   Mr Chan said civil servants are determined to organise a decent DC election and have encouraged colleagues to vote together with friends and relatives, so as to discharge their civic responsibility as well as support and accomodate the Government's governance.   “I have visited and talked to colleagues from various government departments in the hope of continuing to widely disseminate the important message of supporting the DC election and voting together among civil servants,” he added.   The DC geographical constituencies, inform

Senior appointments announced

The Government today announced the appointments of a new Director-General of Investment Promotion and a new Director of Administration.


Alpha Lau will assume the post of Director-General of Investment Promotion tomorrow, following an open and in-service recruitment exercise.


Deputy Secretary for Environment & Ecology (Environment) Millie Ng will succeed Brian Lo as Director of Administration on December 4.


Secretary for the Civil Service Ingrid Yeung said Ms Lau has outstanding management abilities and extensive leadership experience in corporate and institutional banking, as well as in fintech, both in Hong Kong and the Mainland. She added that she is confident Ms Lau will take a proactive role in attracting and retaining inward investment.


Speaking of Mrs Ng, a seasoned Administrative Officer with proven leadership and management skills, Mrs Yeung expressed confidence that she will continue to serve the community with professionalism in her new position.


The civil service chief thanked Mr Lo, who served the community for 34 years, and wished him a fulfilling and happy retirement.

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