Commissioner's Office Holds Open Day Event

  On 28 May 2017, the Commissioner's Office held the open day event to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland. This is the sixth open day event by the Commissioner's Office for the Hong Kong residents over the past four years. Over 2500 people attended the event.

  Deputy Commissioner Hu Jianzhong exchanged views with the guests and gave an interview to the press, in which he elaborated on the diplomatic efforts the country has made over the past two decades to safeguard the state sovereignty, security and development interest, as well as the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong. He noted that the Commissioner's Office will take even more diplomatic steps to safeguard Hong Kong and its residents' interest, and bring more benefits to the city. Deputy Commissioner Hu also expressed hope that more people would come to visit the Commissioner's Office to know more about diplomacy.

  The guests listened with interest the introduction by diplomats working at the Commissioner's Office on China's diplomatic achievements, Hong Kong-related diplomatic work and cultural relics on display. They watched "China Today" video and appreciated the art performance from Yunnan Province and calligraphy shows. They were also presented with books on the country's development and diplomacy and commemorating envelops on the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Commissioner's Office. The guests acclaimed the country's achievements on domestic development and foreign affairs since the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012 and expressed belief that Hong Kong, with the strong backing of the motherland, would have an even brighter future.




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