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London ETO supported Global SinoPhoto Awards exhibition
London ETO supported Global SinoPhoto Awards exhibition

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) supported the Global SinoPhoto Awards (GSPA) 2023 exhibition at the FUJIFILM House of Photography in London from January 18 to February 10 (London time).

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London ETO supported Global SinoPhoto Awards exhibition

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) supported the Global SinoPhoto Awards (GSPA) 2023 exhibition at the FUJIFILM House of Photography in London from January 18 to February 10 (London time).

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London ETO greets Year of Rabbit in Norway and Finland (with photos)
London ETO greets Year of Rabbit in Norway and Finland (with photos)

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) co-hosted receptions in Oslo, Norway, and Helsinki, Finland, with local business associations on January 30 and February 1 respectively for celebrating the Year of the Rabbit. The receptions were well attended by guests from the respective local government, business, academic and cultural sectors.

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London ETO greets Year of Rabbit in Norway and Finland (with photos)

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) co-hosted receptions in Oslo, Norway, and Helsinki, Finland, with local business associations on January 30 and February 1 respectively for celebrating the Year of the Rabbit. The receptions were well attended by guests from the respective local government, business, academic and cultural sectors.

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Testing requirements for inbound persons coming to Hong Kong from places around world upon full resumption of normal travel with Mainland
Testing requirements for inbound persons coming to Hong Kong from places around world upon full resumption of normal travel with Mainland

The Government announced on February 3 that the normal travel of persons between Hong Kong and the Mainland will be fully resumed starting from February 6. All pre-departure testing requirements for travelling between the two places will also be lifted at the same time. Except for persons who have stayed in overseas places or Taiwan on the day of entering the Mainland or during the seven days before that day, other cross-boundary travellers will not be required to conduct any pre-departure test for travelling between the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao. Meanwhile, the pre-departure testing requirement for inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan will be maintained at this juncture.

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Testing requirements for inbound persons coming to Hong Kong from places around world upon full resumption of normal travel with Mainland

The Government announced on February 3 that the normal travel of persons between Hong Kong and the Mainland will be fully resumed starting from February 6. All pre-departure testing requirements for travelling between the two places will also be lifted at the same time. Except for persons who have stayed in overseas places or Taiwan on the day of entering the Mainland or during the seven days before that day, other cross-boundary travellers will not be required to conduct any pre-departure test for travelling between the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao. Meanwhile, the pre-departure testing requirement for inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan will be maintained at this juncture.

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Full resumption of normal travel between Hong Kong and Mainland
Full resumption of normal travel between Hong Kong and Mainland

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on February 3 announced that, upon deliberation and co-ordination with the Central Government, the Guangdong Provincial Government and the Shenzhen Municipal Government, normal travel between Hong Kong and the Mainland will fully resume starting February 6.

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Full resumption of normal travel between Hong Kong and Mainland

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on February 3 announced that, upon deliberation and co-ordination with the Central Government, the Guangdong Provincial Government and the Shenzhen Municipal Government, normal travel between Hong Kong and the Mainland will fully resume starting February 6.

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Government lifts vaccination requirement for non-Hong Kong residents arriving from overseas places
Government lifts vaccination requirement for non-Hong Kong residents arriving from overseas places

The Government announced on February 3 that the requirement for non-Hong Kong residents to be fully vaccinated for coming to Hong Kong from overseas places will be lifted starting February 6. However, the pre-departure testing requirement for inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan will be maintained for the time being.

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Government lifts vaccination requirement for non-Hong Kong residents arriving from overseas places

The Government announced on February 3 that the requirement for non-Hong Kong residents to be fully vaccinated for coming to Hong Kong from overseas places will be lifted starting February 6. However, the pre-departure testing requirement for inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan will be maintained for the time being.

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"Hello Hong Kong" Campaign launched to promote Hong Kong around the world
"Hello Hong Kong" Campaign launched to promote Hong Kong around the world

The Chief Executive, Mr John Lee, officiated at the "Hello Hong Kong" Campaign Launch Ceremony on February 2 to unveil a series of promotional activities and highlight the many new attractions, developments and opportunities for visitors coming to Hong Kong.

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"Hello Hong Kong" Campaign launched to promote Hong Kong around the world

The Chief Executive, Mr John Lee, officiated at the "Hello Hong Kong" Campaign Launch Ceremony on February 2 to unveil a series of promotional activities and highlight the many new attractions, developments and opportunities for visitors coming to Hong Kong.

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