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History and science museums get bigger CE Policy Address shows off plans 2018.10.22
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IN early October, Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (香港行政長官林鄭月娥) delivered her Policy Address (施政報告), listing many new plans. One of them is expanding the Museum of History (歷史博物館) and the Science Museum (科學館) and also to continue renewing the permanent  exhibitions in those two. The government has set aside HK$20.5 billion to build new cultural facilities in museums and to improve existing ones.
The government said it will also use new technology to improve the quality of public libraries, promote reading and turn Hong Kong into a smart city. The government also plans to work with the education sector, community groups and district councils to promote city-wide reading.

(This article is published on Goodies on 22 October 2018)


1. deliver (v)
    發表

2. permanent (adj)
    永久的

3. exhibition (n)
    展覽

4. set aside (ph v)
    存儲

5. facility (n)
    設施

6. quality (n)
    質量

7. smart city (n phr)
    智慧城市

8. sector (n)
    行業





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  1. 1. Which of the following is not included in the policy address?
    A. Museum of History
    B. Science Museum
    C. Space Museum

  2. 2. How much money will the museums get in total?
    A. HK$20.5 billion
    B. HK$500 million
    C. HK$20 billion

  3. 3. What else will be upgraded by the government?
    A. Sports stadiums
    B. Public libraries
    C. District councils

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