Largest pro-establishment party in Hong Kong will concentrate on Indonesia
Largest pro-establishment party in Hong Kong will concentrate on Indonesia

BEIJING: Next month, the vice president of Hong Kong's biggest pro-establishment party will visit ASEAN countries to promote the city, with a particular focus on Indonesia. He hopes to raise concerns with the authorities regarding the trafficking of residents into Southeast Asia.

The Southeast Asian island nation's delegation between Starry 4 and 9 September will be led by Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong (DAB) President Lee Wai-Qing, who cited its sheer size and close ties with Beijing. ,

On Tuesday, Lee discussed the party's ASEAN tour, which will also visit Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. He added that "we all know that Indonesia has close ties with Beijing." With over 270 million citizens, "[Indonesia] is the most important ASEAN country in terms of population."

Party vice-president Gary Chan Hak-Kan, who will travel with a delegation to Thailand and Vietnam, reported that more than 40 cases have been reported to have traveled to Hong Kong before being smuggled into Cambodia and Myanmar. In forced phone scams.

Chan insisted that these incidents were isolated and said, "If we see the relevant authorities there, we will take up our concerns and the cases we have received with them."

He promised to provide updates on the situation in Hong Kong to the city's business and economic offices in Thailand and Vietnam.
The group's visit to Indonesia will come ahead of the G20 summit in Bali province in November.

The delegation is to meet with local business chambers at the B20, an economic forum with participation from G20 countries that will also be held in Bali at the end of November.

The broader outreach initiative, which is being run by three teams made up of more than a dozen members and a few lawmakers, is in response to Chief Executive John Lee-directed Chiu's "tell Hong Kong" story.

The city's pro-establishment faction sees the campaign, modeled after Beijing's call to "tell China's story", as a measure of how Western governments and the media enforce Hong Kong's own Beijing-imposed national , as a coordinated effort against it. Security laws and strict anti-epidemic measures.

After the law came into force and since John Lee became the city's leader, Starry Lee said that the delegation would present its interpretation of the most recent situation in Hong Kong. They will also reiterate the potential for Hong Kong companies to reach the market in mainland China.

The party announced that to increase investment and tourism opportunities, it would also hold meetings with local business circles and professional associations.

According to Stari Lee, the political party will hold meetings with several organizations in Indonesia, including the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Indonesian Hong Kong Business Association and the Indonesian Chinese Entrepreneurs Association.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo visited Beijing in July, making him the first foreign leader that Chinese President Xi Jinping had spoken to in person since the Winter Olympics in February. The two countries promised to strengthen their bilateral ties.

Beijing was also responsible for the Jakarta–Bandung high-speed railway, one of Southeast Asia's largest infrastructure projects, and a 142-kilometre project connecting West Java to the Indonesian capital.

Kennedy Indonesia's delegation will meet with organizations focused on fintech and health technology, according to Wong Ying-ho, another DAB MP traveling with it.

As part of Thailand's delegation, legislator and party vice president Holden Chow Ho-ding promised to highlight the city's designation by Beijing as a center of dispute and resolution.

Singapore's Coordinating Minister and Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policies, Heng Swee Keat, is currently on the sidelines of the Belt and Road Summit, Beijing's initiative to connect more than 70 countries in Asia, Europe and Africa through the "New Silk Road". Are in Hong Kong. Highways, ports and railways to strengthen regional ties and expand its economic and political influence.

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