MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: S for S leads Security Bureau Youth Uniformed Group Leaders Forum to visit Greater Bay Area (with photos)

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Source: Hong Kong Government special administrative region

S for S leads Security Bureau Youth Uniformed Group Leaders Forum to visit Greater Bay Area (with photos)

     The Secretary for Security, Mr Tang Ping-keung, today (June 10) led 31 members of the Security Bureau (SB) Youth Uniformed Group Leaders Forum (Leaders Forum) and students of Shenzhen University to visit Zhuhai to learn about the innovative technology used in Mainland construction works. This concluded a three-day visit by the Leaders Forum to the Greater Bay Area to study various aspects, including the rural revitalisation of the country and the ecology of the main source of Hong Kong’s water supply.     Mr Tang and Leaders Forum members visited the production base of China State Construction International Holdings Limited in Zhuhai to learn about the advanced, innovative and green technology adopted in the construction of glass curtain walls for large-scale projects, the Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) method and Multi-trade Integrated Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing modules, as well as their application in Hong Kong.     Mr Tang expressed gratitude to China State Construction International Holdings Limited for its support to the Leaders Forum and its thoughtful arrangements for the tour, which let youth members experience the country’s development direction of “new quality productive forces” through understanding high-end construction technology. The group also selected a member of the Leaders Forum to participate in its summer internship programme this year, sparing no effort in nurturing youths.     During the past two days, members of the Leaders Forum, led by the Under Secretary for Security, Mr Michael Cheuk, visited a primary school in Liyuan, Heyuan, to explore the local relief work through education to help understand the country’s achievements in targeting and eliminating poverty. The members also worked with the Leaders Forum’s partner, students of Shenzhen University, to lead local primary school students to participate in activities planned by them.      Mr Cheuk and the members of the Leaders Forum also toured the ancient village of Linzhai. They later visited a scenic location of Wanlv Lake, one of the water supply sources to Hong Kong, to understand the strict water-quality protective measures and the rigorous water-quality testing system implemented by the city to provide Dongjiang water. This helped to solidify their learnings of cherishing water resources, for which they are grateful.     The SB established the Leaders Forum in October 2022, to deepen the participation of government departments and civil services in youth work. When launching the second term of the Leaders Forum at the end of last year, the SB signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Shenzhen University to jointly promote Hong Kong-Shenzhen youth development and co-operation through cultural exchanges.

Ends/Monday, June 10, 2024Issued at HKT 18:38


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