A summary of President Xi's visit to Hong Kong SAR
Chinese President Xi Jinping concluded his three-day trip to Hong Kong on Saturday after attending several activities to mark the 20th anniversary of the region's return to China.
The president and his wife Peng Liyuan were seen off by Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's new chief executive Carrie Lam and her cabinet at the Hong Kong International Airport.
On June 29, Xi and his wife arrived at the Hong Kong International Airport, where he delivered a keynote speech, saying that "Hong Kong's development has always pulled at my heartstrings".
He also noted that he was looking forward to experiencing in person the new changes Hong Kong had undergone over the years.
Later in the day, he visited the West Kowloon Cultural District, where he witnessed the signing of the collaborative agreement to develop the Hong Kong Palace Museum.
On June 30, Xi inspected the PLA Garrison in the Hong Kong SAR, and later visited the newly-established Junior Police Call Permanent Activity Center and Integrated Youth Training Camp at Pat Heung.
On Saturday, the last day of his trip, Xi attended the inauguration of Hong Kong SAR's Chief Executive Carrie Lam and celebrations marking the 20 years since the region returned to China, before leaving back to Beijing.