The calligrapher waved spring on the spot.Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Elite Club
(Grassroots in the New Year) Hong Kong youth groups send warmth in the New Year to assist citizens to make appointments and register for “customs clearance” quotas
Chinanews.com, Hong Kong, January 7th (Reporter Suo Youwei) On the occasion of the coming of the Guimao New Year, the Hong Kong Elite Association, together with the Kwun Tong District Committee of the Kowloon Federation of Associations, the Lam Wei District Councilor’s Office and the Antai Residents’ Association, In Antai Village, we co-organized the activity of “Precise Poverty Alleviation, Bringing Warmth in the New Year”, distributed New Year blessing bags to young families, and young volunteers visited grassroots families in the area to listen to their needs.
Assist citizens to make an appointment to register for the “customs clearance” quota.Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Elite Club
Dr. Chen Baili, Deputy Director of the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, Zheng Qiangfeng, Deputy Director of the Kwun Tong District Committee of the Kowloon Federation of Associations, and Lin Wei, Member of the Kwun Tong District Council An Tai Constituency, attended the event, and Huang Jinda, Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Elite Association, Lin Lishan, Gao Songjie and others went to visit grassroots families together.
During the visit, Dr. Chen Baili said that the SAR government will go all out to support youth employment and entrepreneurship, and lead the youth to grasp the opportunities for upward mobility.
Huang Jinda said that the chief executive mentioned the “targeted poverty alleviation” strategy in the first policy address, and the Hong Kong Elite Association has carried out the “targeted poverty alleviation” work for three consecutive years, and the Hong Kong Elite Association will participate in various aspects with practical actions The Special Administrative Region Government’s “Precise Poverty Alleviation” work.
“I hope that by organizing various activities, we can convey positive energy to the society, encourage and accompany young friends to join hands in the future, and create a better Hong Kong.” Huang Jinda said.
Chen Baili (second from left) together with volunteers presented Huichun to the citizens.Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Elite Club
In response to the gradual and orderly implementation of the “customs clearance” between Hong Kong and the Mainland announced by the SAR government recently, an “Elite Charity Registration Station” was set up at the event site to help citizens make an appointment to register for the “customs clearance” quota. .
“Because I am getting older, it is really difficult to fill in the information online. I am grateful for the help of these young people.” An old man who was assisted and successfully made an appointment to register for the “customs clearance” quota said happily: “Affected by the epidemic, I have not returned to the mainland for several years to be with my relatives and friends. We are reunited, and this time we can finally reunite.”
It is reported that since the Hong Kong Elite Association launched a series of activities of “Poverty Alleviation with Precision and Warmth in the New Year”, the number of beneficiaries has exceeded 5,000. (Finish)