Ireland Opens Hong Kong Consulate

On Sept. 18, an Irish cabinet member will open the country's first consulate-general in Hong Kong, both a reminder of the deep Irish historical footprint in the city and a sign of the country's booming relationship with China. Richard Bruton, Minister of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, and Financial Secretary John Tsang is to open the new office on the 20th floor of the Bank of East Asia Building in Central with Peter Ryan, the Consul-General who arrived in Hong Kong in August 2014 after serving as Deputy Consul-General in New York.

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