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Hong Kong Day at Massachusetts State House

Hong Kong Commissioner to the US Clement Leung received a citation from the Office of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong SAR at the “Hong Kong Day” event at Massachusetts State House on July 11.

More than 200 guests, including business and community leaders, as well as a number of state representatives and their staff, attended the event, which was co-organized by the HKETONY, the Asian Caucus of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and the Hong Kong Association of Massachusetts (HKAMA).

In his keynote remarks, Mr Leung highlighted Hong Kong’s achievements over the past two decades, including its role as the premier international business center in Asia and as the freest economy in the world for 23 consecutive years.

In his welcome remarks, Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay thanked the guests for joining him to celebrate the HKSAR's 20th anniversary and for their support over the decades. Massachusetts State Representatives Tackey Chan and Donald Wong along with President of HKAMA Johnny Ip were among the special guests in attendance.

Hong Kong Commissioner to the US Clement Leung (center) received a citation from the office of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker celebrating the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR.
Hong Kong Commissioner to the US Clement Leung (center) received a citation from the office of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker celebrating the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR.
 
Mr. Leung highlighted Hong Kong’s achievements and competitive edges.
Mr. Leung highlighted Hong Kong’s achievements and competitive edges.
     
Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay welcomes guests to Hong Kong Day at Massachusetts State House.
Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay welcomes guests to Hong Kong Day at Massachusetts State House.
   

 

 


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