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The Immigration Department (ImmD) has recently updated its website and it now states that a person entering Hong Kong as a visitor may attend an event to deliver speeches / presentations if:
Generally speaking, a person entering Hong Kong on visitor status is prohibited from taking any employment, or establishing or joining any business although he/she can carry on limited business-related activities permitted by the ImmD, including concluding contracts, submitting tenders, examining or supervising the installation / packaging of goods or equipment, settling civil proceedings, participating in product orientation and attending short-term seminars or other business meetings.
The updates help to clarify the position on whether an employment visa is required if a person comes to Hong Kong to deliver speeches / presentations.
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