According to Hong Kong's "Point News" report, Hong Kong Secretary for Security Tang Ping-keung led members of the "Security Bureau Youth Uniformed Team Leaders Forum" to visit Beijing on the 8th to learn about the country's history, culture and development in different fields. During the visit, Tang Bingqiang reminded the participants to remember Chinese spirit of self-improvement.
Tang Bingqiang (front row, middle) and young students visit the Palace Museum to see various precious cultural relics and architectural features. Photo source: Information Services Department of the HKSAR Government
In the early morning, the delegation went to Tiananmen Square to watch the flag-raising ceremony and feel the national feelings of the homeland. Many young trainees were particularly excited to watch the flag-raising ceremony in Tiananmen Square for the first time, and they were deeply moved by the solemn atmosphere at the scene, and were proud of the achievements that the country has achieved after a long period of struggle.
The delegation then visited the Palace Museum to see various precious cultural relics and their architectural features. In the afternoon, visit the Old Summer Palace Ruins Park to see historical sites including the Haiyan Hall and the Great Water Law and the gardening style that combines Chinese and Western cultures, and learn about the painful history of the invasion and burning of the Old Summer Palace by great powers. Mr Tang also reminded the trainees to keep in mind Chinese spirit of self-improvement.
Tang Bingqiang (first from left) and young participants visit the Old Summer Palace Heritage Park. Photo source: Information Services Department of the HKSAR Government
In the afternoon, the delegation visited Tsinghua University to let the young students understand the pathways to further their studies, and visited the campus and the University History Museum. Mr Tang thanked the school for their strong support to the Youth Programme of the Hong Kong Security Bureau and its disciplined forces to nurture outstanding public management talents for the Hong Kong disciplined forces.
It is reported that the delegation will visit the police dog base of the Beijing Public Security Bureau on the 21st to learn about the breeding and training of police dogs in the mainland, and successfully complete its eight-day trip to Xi'an, Yan'an and Beijing.