The development project should be in line with government priorities, public sector objectives and/or related initiatives In Hong Kong. Such as the Home Affairs Bureau and Policy Adreess. Use relevant theory, planning models and policy-related sources (as well as thorough research on your chosen festival or event) to produce a report that discusses your potential development idea and the ways it relates to public sector policies, objectives and initiatives. Should be included: - Executive summary ( 1 page) - Table of Content - Introduction (250 worlds) - Background of Wine and Dine Festival(350) - Event Development Proposal (2000-2500 Worlds) a) Discussion of political environment and relevant public sector, sector priorities, with references to documented supporting evidence b) Outline the development proposal, in line with relevant public sector priorities, also containing a critical analysis of means by which the stated public sector priorities are being assessed. - Conclusion (400 worlds) - Reference (At least 30 Appropriate sources: policy paper, official reports, official statistics, Books and journals.) - Appendices MUST include the following framework and books: a) Rational-comprehensive model by Veal, A.J. (2002). Leisure, Sport and Tourism, Politics, Policy and Planning (Second Edition). Wallingford: CABI b) Festival Stakeholder RolesSource by Getz, D., Andersson, T., & Larson, M. (2007). Festival Stakeholder Roles: Concepts and Case Studies. Event Management, 10(2), 103-122. doi: 10.3727/152599507780676689 c) Anderson, J. (2014). Public policymaking. Cengage Learning. d) Freeman, R. (2010). Strategic management. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. e) Getz, D. (2016). Event studies: Theory, research and policy for planned events (3rd ed). Oxford: Elsevier Butterwoth-Heinemann f) Mcgillvray, D., Foley, M., & McPherson, G. (2012). Event policy. London: Routledge.