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Donald Tsang meets with volunteers from Hong Kong, China

11-25-2010 14:30 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games |

Guangzhou, November 25 - Donald Tsang, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), China paid a visit to Aoti Aquatics Centre on Tuesday (November 23) afternoon.

After watching Women's Synchronised 10m Platform, Tsang met with Games volunteers from Hong Kong, which was accompanied by Fang Shaoping, Deputy Director of the Volunteers Department of Guangzhou Asian Games Organising Committee (GAGOC); Raymond Tam, Director of the Chief Executive's Office; Kenneth Fok, Head of Hong Kong Volunteers Team for the Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games and Adrian Yip, Chairman of Hong Kong Volunteers Association.

Donald Tsang and Fang Shaoping pose for a group photo with volunteers.

A total of 382 volunteers from Hong Kong participated in the volunteer service for the 16th Asiad, most of which had the experience of serving the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and Hong Kong 2009 East Asian Games. Tsang said he is very proud of this volunteering team who are experienced, passionate and dynamic. He pointed out that athletes from Hong Kong, China achieved the best ever results at Guangzhou Asian Games, which fully exhibited the fighting spirit of Hong Kong people.

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