[Explanations] On January 9, the Commissioner's Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong held the 2020 Spring Tea Dinner. In his speech, Commissioner for Information Technology and Broadcasting, Mr Tse Fung, said that although the storm had not subsided, Hong Kong would surely be able to return to chaos and move from chaos to governance to a new atmosphere of \"one country, two systems \".
The event began with the singing of the National Anthem by all the guests. The video clip \"New Movement of Diplomacy in Hong Kong\" was broadcast to give guests a look at the events of 2019 and the 70th Anniversary of the People's Republic of the People's Republic of China.
In his speech, Mr Tse recalled the major work of the PCPD in the past year, such as the successful holding of the first Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area International Forum by the Joint HKSAR Government to support Hong Kong's integration into national development and win-win cooperation with the rest of the world; the successful launching of the first batch of five HKSAR youth to serve in the United Nations system to build a platform for the growth of Hong Kong youth; the establishment of another economic and trade office in Bangkok by the HKSAR Government; and the handling of all kinds of Hong Kong-related security cases in excess of 400 to escort Hong Kong compatriots from abroad.
In the 22 years since the return of Hong Kong, the \"one country, two systems\" has changed from a scientific concept to a vivid reality, maintaining overall prosperity and stability, and making all-round progress in various undertakings.
We are more confident than ever about \"one country, two systems \". Although the\" revision of the rules \"has been going on for more than seven months, the fact that Hong Kong, as an integral part of the People's Republic of China, is a special administrative region of the Central Government of China under the Central Government has not and cannot be changed.
On the same day, the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Vice-Chairmen, Mr Tung Chee-hwa and Mr Leung Chun-ying, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Mrs Carrie Lam, the Commander of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in Hong Kong, Mr Chan Tai-cheung and political commissar Tsai Yong Chung, Deputy Director of the Hong Kong-General's Office, and more than 500 representatives from the Hong Kong SAR community and foreign agencies attended the Spring Tea Dinner.