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The Yuen Long office of the Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) District Council member KS Chong was officially opened today (March 24). Ms Florence Hui, Under Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Zhang Xiaoying, Deputy Director of New Territories Department of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the HKSAR, Andrew Leung, BPA Chairman, and several distinguished guests officiated at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The auspicious occasion was marked by bright sunshine, a gentle breeze and the sweet scent of flower bouquets, which was further augmented by a steady stream of well wishes. The new office is off to a promising start.
Throughout his twenty years of public service in the Yuen Long district, KS Chong has been actively engaging the public whether on the ground or through involvements in local groups across all levels from the Townsmen Association, Chamber of Commerce, Area Committee through to the District Committee. He has an exemplary record of serving the local community and is a familiar face around the neighbourhoods. Over a hundred guests gathered today to witness the opening ceremony for the new office. Dr. Lau Wong-fat, BPA Honorary Chairman, Mr Jeffrey Lam and Mr Christopher Cheung, BPA Co-Vice Chairmen, Mr Abraham Shek, BPA Secretary General, and Mr Fong Ping, Chairman of the District Committee, were also on hand to express their wholehearted support. Other notable guests included Mr Leung Che-cheung, Chairman of the Yuen Long District Council, Mr Edward Mak, Yuen Long District Officer, and other community leaders.
Mr KS Chong expressed his gratitude to all guests and friends attending the ceremony. He said that as the population in Yuen Long was rising rapidly it was necessary to improve access so that he could better interact and serve his constituents. As such, he opted for an office on the ground floor.
“BPA attaches great importance to work at the district level and our members in the District Councils have been instrumental in our engagement efforts and outreach programmes,” said Mr Andrew Leung in his opening address. He also paid tribute to Mr Chong for his longstanding contributions to the district, solid standing in the community and sincere warmth that has won him many friends and supporters.
Ms Florence Hui, Under Secretary for Home Affairs, noted that strong population growth in Yuen Long also gave rise to increasing demands for community services and social assistance. She was hopeful that Mr Chong and his office would continue to play an active role in promoting communication between the local populace and the Administration, and to drive prosperity and development in the district through the BPA’s motto of a “Business stimulates economy and Professionalism improves livelihood”.
The BPA extends its best wishes to Mr Chong on the occasion of the opening of his new office. The BPA reiterates its support and commitment to the work of its District Council members for building better communities and improving people’s livelihood.