On 19 May, Royal Commonwealth Society, HK Branch, held its annual Charity Ball at the Ladies’ Recreation Club in support of the Little Life Warrior Society, helping children with cancer. Fellows and their guests enjoyed live music, dancing, a fortune teller and other entertainment. Live coverage of the Royal Wedding was an added bonus. Through […]
The Reception will be attended by 25 Mentees from City University and their professors (free of charge) and up to 25 RCS mentors/fellows/young fellows ($300 per head). Register here
Famous Indian musician Pandit Sharma will present a concert at 7:30pm on 4 June at the City Hall, discounted tickets for RCS members and friends. Register online
On 30 April, RCS HK Branch arranged a dinner at the Zoroastrian Club in Causeway Bay. Members enjoyed a talk on Parsee history and the Zoroastrian religion and enjoyed a delicious Parsee banquet with subtle Persian tastes.
On 11 April, RCS HK Branch organized a speaker lunch at which Mr Andrew Wells, former Acting Governor of Saint Helena, gave a fascinatiing talk on Britain’s Overseas Territories.
RCS Young Follows will be holding a Bowling Night on Friday 27 April at the Bowling Alley, Hong Kong Club, 7pm-10pm. Food, drink, and shoes included. Register here
Annual Ball on 19 May, 7pm at the Ladies Recreation Club. All donations to Little Life Warriors Society (Helping children with cancer). Freddie Tsang, RCS Vocal Scholar, meets Peter Mann and Mrs Joan Campbell at APA. Freddie will perform at the Charity Ball on 19 May. Live coverage of Royal Wedding starts at 7pm Register online
On 12 March, RCS Hong Kong Branch organized the first Commonwealth Day Service at St John’s Cathedral including Buddhist monks, a Muslim imam, a Hindu priest, a Zoroastrian Dustoorjie and a Chinese lady bagpiper who played Amazing Grace. Following the service, there was a reception in the HK Club attended by 60 guests with the […]
On 7 February, RCS, HK Branch, organized a Speaker Lunch at the Helena May. Victor Mallet, FT news editor and explorer, introduced his new book about the Ganges River, River of Life, River of Death.
‘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