Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam gets a to-do list from Beijing’s top office in the city, as it reveals public outreach sparked thousands of responses

Beijing’s top agency in Hong Kong has prepared a to-do list for the local administration and its own officials to improve the city’s governance based on a recent outreach drive, as a deputy director promised to roll out more of the programmes to gauge public sentiment.A source said the central government’s liaison office in the city had compiled a list of 500 such initiatives after meeting thousands of residents and analysing the feedback.Lu Xinning, one of the seven deputy directors at the…


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