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Govt showcases tech solutions

At the second edition of the InnoEX which started today, over 100 technology solutions, including those developed by government departments, are being showcased at the Smart Hong Kong Pavilion set up by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO).   Through interactive experiences and live demonstrations, the pavilion displays the fruitful achievements in advancing the development of innovation and technology (I&T) and smart city in Hong Kong brought about by the concerted efforts of the Government and various sectors, the OGCIO said.   Financial Secretary Paul Chan and Secretary for Innovation, Technology & Industry Professor Sun Dong visited the pavilion today. They were briefed by Government Chief Information Officer Tony Wong on how the OGCIO promotes the active adoption of I&T among government departments and works in collaboration with the local I&T sector to put forward innovative solutions, with a view to empowering public services wit

Chinese culture office established

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department (LCSD) today announced the establishment of an office to promote Chinese culture through programmes, exchanges and collaborations aimed at enhancing citizens’ cultural confidence and sense of national identity.


A kick-off ceremony for the Chinese Culture Promotion Office (CCPO) and related programmes was held at the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence this morning.


Addressing the ceremony, Acting Secretary for Culture, Sports & Tourism Raistlin Lau said the newly established CCPO would take up the important role of promoting Chinese culture and patriotic education.


This will be done by using the LCSD’s resources to plan multifaceted activities relating to Chinese history and culture, he added.      


The office will collaborate with Hong Kong Museum of History to launch the General History of China exhibition series. The “The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: The Ancient Civilisation of the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties in Henan Province” will be the first exhibition in this series and will run from April 3 to July 8.


This exhibition will explore the origins of Chinese civilization via displays of important archaeological discoveries and artefacts from Henan that reflect the political, social, ritual and cultural lives of the three dynasties.


The museum will then stage exhibitions on historical relics from significant periods in chronological order, concluding in 2029 with an exhibition to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the establishment of the People’s Republic of China.


The CCPO will annually organise the Chinese Culture Festival, starting from this year, in addition to community engagement activities for the public to learn about Chinese culture through everyday objects.


It will also select talks and activities to live-stream through a designated website and social media platform. The contents of some of the talks, and educational resources from certain exhibitions, will be uploaded onto the website.

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