Chairman, Peter Mann, presents a cheque for $206,000 to Mrs Michele McGregor of the China Coast Community, being a donation raised at the annual Charity Ball held on 20 May.
On 27 May, RCS organized a Mentors’ Reception at the Helena May. Around 15 Mentees from City University and 15 RCS Mentors enjoyed snacks and drinks at the Helena May. It was the first time any of the students had been inside a heritage building in Hong Kong. Over the next year, mentors will arrange […]
On 20 May, RCS, Hong Kong Branch held its annual Charity Ball. Attended by 100 guests and the Consuls General of Australia, India, Malaysia and South Africa, entertainment was provided by a string quartet and dancers from King George V School. Through an auction and lucky draw around £20,000 was raised for the China Coast […]
On 20th April, RCS, Hong Kong Branch, organized a dinner at the Zoroastrian Club in Causeway Bay. Hosted by Council member, Mr Neville Shroff, who is President of the Hong Kong Zoroastrian Society and Charity Trust, the evening consisted of a talk on the history of the Parsee community in Hong Kong, who had originally […]
The Department of Chinese and History (CAH) and the RCSHK are collaborating on the “International Cultural Exchange Programme.” Operating in the form of a mentorship programme, CAH and RCSHK will each hold a cultural exchange event once every academic year. This is an excellent opportunity for students to practise their English, share their experience and […]
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Prince Charles gives MBE to Mrs Joan Campbell at Buckingham Palace.
Royal Commonwealth Society, Hong Kong Branch, held its Commonwealth Day Reception in the Garden Lounge of the Hong Kong Club on 13 March. Attended by 80 guests, including the Australian, British, Canadian, Indian, Malaysian, New Zealand, Nigerian, Singapore and South African Consuls General. Chairman, Peter Mann, welcomed guests and read the Commonwealth Affirmation; British Consul General, […]