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Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor and Tang Ping-keung visit the Police Force's "Walk Together" exhibition and write cheer card support

2021-07-24T16:55:51.876Z

The special exhibition of the Police Force "Walk Together" was held this Thursday (22nd) for four consecutive days. Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor and Secretary for Security Tang Ping-kiang visited today (24th). Carrie Lam listens to the introduction of the guide



The special exhibition of the Police Force "Walk Together" was held this Thursday (22nd) for four consecutive days. Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor and Secretary for Security Tang Ping-kiang visited today (24th).

Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor listened to the introduction of the guide and wrote two cheer cards and put them in the collection box; Tang Pingqiang became a "stamp-collecting" target for the visitors, and both adults and children took the opportunity to take photos with him.


Open for free from 9 to 11 on Sundays

The "Walk Together" exhibition is located in the lobby of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Tomorrow (25th) is the last day. Interested citizens can visit the exhibition from 9 am to 11 pm. Admission is free.

The police said that the purpose of this exhibition is to let the community put aside differences, no longer be affected by misinformation, and work together to build Hong Kong.

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Tang Pingqiang, who had just jumped from the Commissioner of Police to the Secretary for Security, went to visit this morning. Under the guidance of the interpreters, he watched the display panels one by one, and stopped to watch the letters of thanks and support written by the public to the police. He also wrote a cheer. Put the card into the collection box, and take a photo with the adults and children who enter the venue, and especially show the heart gestures with the photo-takers.

Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor came to visit in the evening. She also watched the exhibition boards one by one, and wrote two cheering cards and put them in the collection box.

The Secretary for Security Tang Ping-kiang went to the Police Department to take a group photo with the visitors this morning at the "Walk Together" exhibition, and especially showed the heart gestures together.

(Photo provided by the Police)

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Set up 3 themed exhibition areas, hoping that citizens will "recognize the facts" and re-think their thinking

The "Walk Together" exhibition is divided into 3 themed exhibition areas: visitors can experience the importance of recognizing facts through the thematic videos and visual murals on the "Recognize the Facts" theme panel; the "Tunnel of Light and Shadow" showcases the past two years in Hong Kong The challenges experienced provide citizens with space for precipitation and thinking; in the "Police and Citizens' Voices" exhibition area, there will be exhibition boards to show police officers sharing their experiences and feelings during the large-scale operation, as well as the citizens' gratitude to the police force. The letter allows the public to understand the human side of the police from another angle.

The exhibition features different interactive experiences, including meeting and taking photos with members of the special police force, riding in a small police car for children, and a special area for police officers to boost communication between the police and the public.

In his speech at the opening ceremony on Thursday, Commissioner of Police Siu Ze-yi emphasized that the original aspirations of the police force have never changed. They will use the spirit of "loyalty and courage" to ensure the safety of citizens and uphold law and order.

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Source: hk1

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