‘Towards a Common Future’ renews our Commonwealth vision and commitment to building on the individual and collective strengths of all member countries to respond to global challenges, and deliver a more prosperous, secure, sustainable and fair future for all of our citizens, particularly our young people. Commonwealth Day is 12 March 2018 … [Read More...]
On 18 October 2017, around 60 fellows and guests enjoyed a Musical Evening in the Hong Kong Club with Neville Sarony, barrister, author and son of legendary variety artist, Leslie Sarony, including songs from the first British musical, Show Boat.
52 Member countries. 2.4 billion citizens. Towards a common future. Find out more about the 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) hosted by the UK next April: www.chogm2018.org.uk #Commonwealth
BREXIT, a Commonwealth Opportunity? BREXIT Forum at 4pm on 3 Nov, please save the day! Register online BREXIT, A COMMONWEALTH OPPORTUNITY? Could the Commonwealth become a powerful economic force in the world once again? How might Hong Kong benefit as an ‘associate’ member and how would China likely react to a new economic force? […]
Readings from his books…… Drinks and snacks will be served, members only. Register here (MEMBERS ONLY)
Royal Commonwealth Society, Hong Kong Branch is deeply saddened by the passing, aged 63, of our President, Sir David Tang. Sir David was a great supporter of RCS over the years, generously providing hospitality at the China Club and recently addressing our Commonwealth Day Reception in March. A successful businessman and philanthropist, and grandson of […]
Speaker lunch at the Hong Kong Club at 12:30pm on 13 Sep. Register here
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 […]
The Reception will be attended by 25 Mentees from City University and their professors (free of charge) and up to 30 RCS mentors/fellows/young fellows ($300 per head) Register Online