Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said during a visit to the photo exhibition today (18th) that what he will do for the rest of his term of office is to try his best to preserve historical heritage with Hong Kong characteristics, such as the Star Ferry and trams, and one of the ways is to support them to increase their prices.
Carrie Lam visited the Asia Society Hong Kong Center to visit the photo exhibition "Revival, Survive, and Rejuvenate". She said that ensuring a sustainable future for the Star Ferry and tram is her final "mission" as Chief Executive One of the ways is to support the fare increase: "I often tell my friends that the fare of 2 yuan and 60 cents can be used for the whole journey from Shau Kei Wan. , hoping to brainstorm ways to give these historical heritage a sustainable future.
Carrie Lam also hopes that Hong Kong society will have a solid foundation to recover, and Hong Kong people can return to normal life as soon as possible.
At the same time, she also said that customs clearance with overseas and mainland China as soon as possible is very important for Hong Kong.
She also hopes that Hong Kong's convention and exhibition industry can revive as soon as possible and hold large-scale exhibitions again, "especially in the face of competition from Singapore."
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