This was already reported on the current events thread by LadyFinn, and Kingen, the latter even posted the full programme which I will be pasting below, but I thought it should have its own thread, please feel free to remove if inappropriate.
Today Prince Carl Philip will be starting his 3 day official visit to Hong Kong.
The programme is as follows
Tuesday 5 December
- Briefing by Consul General Helena Storm.
Prince Carl Philip's visit to Hong Kong starts with a briefing by the Consul General of Hong Kong in general, its history, as well as Sweden's relations with Hong Kong.
- Reception at the Swedish residence.
To conclude the first day Prince Carl Philip participates at a reception at the Swedish residence. At the reception participants from the BODW and EdTech delegations also take part.
Wednesday 6 December
- Meeting with Chief Executive Carrie Lam
The second day commences with a meeting between Prince Carl Philip, together with Swedish companies, and Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) of the People's Republic of China. Carrie Lam has held the position since the 1st July 2017 and has a term of five years. Both Swedish and international companies will take part in the meeting.
- Visit to English Schools Foundations (ESF) school
After the meeting with Chief Executive Lam, Prince Carl Philip, together with the EdTech delegation, visit a school that is run by English Schools Foundation, the largest foundation that offers international education in Hong Kong.
- Lunch with Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Yau is hosting a luncheon where Prince Carl Philip, together with founder of BODW Victor Lo, and representatives from Hong Kong Design Centre, attend.
- Visit to Hong Kong Science and Technology Park
Prince Carl Philip visits Hong Kong Science and Technology Park where about 600 companies are located. During the visit Prince Carl Philip will among other visit Karolinska Institut's Ming Wai Lau Centre for Reparative Medicine, and Gold Peak Design Centre.
- Gala dinner
The day is concluded with a gala dinner, with Prince Carl Philip as a guest of honour, hosted by the Swedish Consulate General and the Swedish Chamber of Commerce on Hong Kong. Invited guests are Chief Executive Carrie Lam, representatives for the Hong Kong enterprise, Swedish companies and members of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. Princess Birgitta will attend the gala dinner in her role as patron of the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in Sweden. The chef responsible the dinner is Björn Franzén.
Thursday 7 December
- Visit to the Hong Kong Business of Design Week (BODW)
The last day in Hong Kong commences with Prince Carl Philip attending the inauguration of the Swedish pavilion at BODW. The pavilion includes, more than the participating companies, the exhibition is called ”Ung Svensk Form”.
- Visit to Vocational Training Centre (VTC)
After this Prince Carl Philip visits Philip Vocational Training Centre (VTC). VTC is the largest public institute in Hong Kong that offers educations and internships within the restaurant and hotel sector. During the visit to VTC, lunch is served with the theme 'from earth to table.'
- Visit to the photo exhibition "Swedish Dads"
After lunch Prince Carl Philip attends the inauguration of the photo exhibition "Swedish Dads". Consul General Helena Storm inaugurates the exhibition that is showed at a well-known department store in Hong Kong. The exhibition is based on photographer Johan Bävman's photos of dads staying home with their kids.
- Visit to Mid-Levels Escalator och Victoria Peak
After this Prince Carl Philip takes the escalator, Mid-Levels Escalator, to Victoria Peak. Mid-Levels Escalator is the world's longest outdoors escalator and it connects the central and western district of Hong Kong island with the areas SoHo and Mid-Levels. Victoria Peak is the highest point of Hong Kong island, with a view of the island and Kowloon.
- Creative Talks at METTA
In the afternoon Prince Carl Philip attends a seminar on design and creativity that is arranged by the Consulate General, Business Sweden, and the Chamber of Commerce's committee Creative Swedes. The members of Creative Swedes are companies based in Hong Kong within the cultural and creative sectors.
METTA is a meeting place and platform where entrepreneurs from around the world could meet and network.
- Dinner at Baker House
To conclude the visit in Hong Kong Prince Carl Philip attends a dinner at baker House in Hong Kong. Official representatives from the Hong Kong government, the EdTech delegation, and representatives from some of the universities in Hong Kong, are also attending the dinner.
He was already seen at Arlanda last night, on his way to Hong Kong