Chief Executive to visit Shanghai and Zhejiang


The Chief Executive, Mr Chui Sai On, is to visit Shanghai and Hangzhou from 12 October to 16 October, for a five-day visit. Mr Chui is to officiate at the opening ceremony of Macau Week in Shanghai Expo on Wednesday. The variety of activities of Macau Week would include parades, cultural performances, photo exhibitions, “The Decade of Achievements Exhibition for the 10th Anniversary of the Macao Special Administrative Region (MSAR)”, Macau World Heritage Photo Exhibition and stage performances at the World Expo site and the Financial Plaza on the Bund. Almost 450 performers from Macao will take part in the event. After Shanghai, Mr Chui will head for Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, where he is scheduled to spend Friday and Saturday, to learn more about the development of Yangtze River Delta region. He had visited several cities in Jiangsu, including Nantong, Yangzhou and Nanjing, in May this year. Members of the delegation include the Secretary for Administration and Justice, Ms Florinda Chan; the Secretary for Economy and Finance, Mr Tam Pak Yuen; the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Mr Cheong U; the Secretary-General of the Executive Council and Advisor of the Office of the Chief Executive, Ms O Lam; the Chief-of-Office of the Office of the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Ms Cheung So Mui; the Director of Macau Government Tourist Office, Mr João Manuel Costa Antunes; the Director of Government Information Bureau, Mr Chan Chi Ping; the Director of the Office of the MSAR in Beijing, Ms Hong Wai; Advisors of the Office of the Chief Executive, Mr Fung Sio Weng and Mr Kou Chin Hung.



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