| Chief Secretary closes U.S. trip with NYC visit
Hong Kong Chief Secretary Carrie Lam visited New York June 9-10 to update stakeholders on the political and economic landscape of Hong Kong, establish ties with arts and cultural institutions and promote the city's immigration measures to attract talent.
Hong Kong reclaims top ranking of most competitive economies
Hong Kong has again been ranked the world's most competitive economy, moving up from second place last year, according to the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) World Competitiveness Yearbook 2016.
Summit highlights 'Belt and Road' advantages
The Belt and Road Initiative offers unprecedented opportunities for all participants, including Hong Kong, said Hong Kong Chief Executive C. Y. Leung.
Hong Kong leads Asia in
foreign direct investment
Hong Kong is Asia's top destination for foreign direct investment (FDI), according to the latest United Nations Conference on Trade and Development's (UNCTAD) World Investment Report 2016.
Actress Yeung wins Star Asia Award at N.Y. festival
Hong Kong actress Miriam Yeung received the prestigious New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) Star Asia Award before the screening of her film "She Remembers, He Forgets" (2015) on June 29.
HKETONY arts fellows
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York Steve Barclay congratulated the HKETONY Arts Fellows, visual artist Parry Ling and contemporary dancer Hao Yang, on their respective showcase events at the International Festival of Arts & Ideas (IFAI) in New Haven, Conn., in June.
HKETONY sponsors highly visible college rugby championship
The Collegiate Rugby Championship in Philadelphia on June 4-5 culminated in the fourth straight victory for the CAL Golden Bears from California, led by their captain, Hong Kong-born Russell Webb. On the women's side, Life U overtook Lindenwood 19-10.