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HKETONY rings bell at New York’s stock exchange,
for HK Dragon Boat Festival in New York



Joining other executives and sponsors, HKETONY director Joanne Chu visited the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and rang the opening bell on August 10 to usher in the Annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in NY, to be held Aug 12-13. .

This year marks the 27th year for the multi-cultural festival featuring traditional dragon boat races as well as cultural performances. More than 200+ teams from across the US and Canada will be competing in the dragon boat races. A calendar event for the New Yorkers in the borough, the festival has grown to be one of the top 20 New York City area events and festivals, as described by Top Events USA.



The Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York Joanne Chu (centre) is pictured with the Chairman of the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York Henry Wan (third left), the Chairman of Hong Kong Trade Development Council in New York Anthony Mak (first left) and the Deputy Director of the HKETONY Michael Kwan (second left). [Photo credit: NYSE]
The Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York Joanne Chu (centre) is pictured with the Chairman of the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York Henry Wan (third left), the Chairman of Hong Kong Trade Development Council in New York Anthony Mak (first left) and the Deputy Director of the HKETONY Michael Kwan (second left). [Photo credit: NYSE]


The Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York Joanne Chu (third right) is with the Chairman of the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York Henry Wan (third left), the Chairman of Hong Kong Trade Development Council in New York Anthony Mak (centre) and the staff of the office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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