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Study team keen to listen to views

(To watch the full media session with sign language interpretation, click here.)   Chief Executive John Lee today said the study team led by CPC Central Committee Hong Kong & Macao Work Office Director and State Council Hong Kong & Macao Affairs Office Director Xia Baolong is keen to listen to the views of Hong Kong.   At a media session on the second day of Mr Xia’s inspection visit, Mr Lee said the study team is focused on the city's economic developments and district administration, and that there has been a good exchange of views.   “One thing that has been shared is the actual situation of Hong Kong. Both myself, the Financial Secretary and the various principal officials have explained in great detail to the study team.   “And the conclusion of all these meetings indicates that the study team is satisfied with the overall situation of Hong Kong and the way that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government is handling it.”   The Central Pe

Applications for new niches to open

Applications for the new extendable public niches at Wo Hop Shek Columbarium in Fanling will be accepted from May 11 to June 10, the Food & Environmental Hygiene Department announced today.        A total of 22,050 extendable niches, including 21,720 standard niches and 330 large niches at Block B, Wo Hop Shek Columbarium Phase VI will be open for application.        Applicants should only file one application form to apply for either a large or standard niche for the same deceased person.   Applicants have to fill in the particulars of at least three deceased people when applying for a large niche. For a standard niche, applicants must fill in at least one deceased person’s details.        Application forms can be downloaded from the department’s website or obtained from its Hong Kong or Kowloon Cemeteries & Crematoria Office, District Environmental Hygiene Offices, and the Home Affairs Department’s Home Affairs Enquiry Centres.   The completed application form together with copies of the required documents should be submitted within the application period by fax at 2333 1716, email, or in person to the Hong Kong or Kowloon Cemeteries & Crematoria Offices, or by post.   Applicants can also submit the application online.        Successful applicants will be notified by SMS, email or post of the serial number of the designated niche allocated.   Applicants can also check the results of their applications on the department’s website, the Hong Kong or Kowloon Cemeteries & Crematoria Offices, or the Public Niche Allocation Office.   Call 2841 9111 for enquiries.
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