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Membership rates applies to existing members of the Hong Kong Society and NOT the Hong Kong Association which is a different membership. Please get in touch with the office if you have any queries on communications@hkas.org.uk or by telephone 020 7963 9447

Event Bookings and Cancellation Policy

To make sure your bookings are definite, your payment must reach us 1 week before the event unless special arrangement is made.

A full refund will only be issued if a notice of cancellation is received at least 72 hours prior to the event (excluding weekends and bank holidays).


Upcoming Events

(Please scroll down for further details on these events or click on the links to view them individually)

What Collectors in Hong Kong Want: Chinese Porcelain, Jades and Works of Art – Talk by Colin Sheaf, Chairman of Bonhams Asia - 1 October 2019

HKS Golf Day – 4 October 2019

A Lunchtime Talk by Sara Oliver – 8 October 2019

SAVE THE DATES:

Regional Event in Tunbridge Wells – 25 October 2019

Lecture with Chris Emmett, HK Policeman – 12 November 2019

HKS Christmas Dinner with The Rt. Hon Sir Charles Haddon-Cave – 3 December 2019


What Collectors in Hong Kong Want: Chinese Porcelain, Jades

and Works of Art – Talk by Colin Sheaf, Chairman of Bonhams Asia

Date: Tuesday 1st October 2019
Time: 6pm for 6:30pm – 8.30pm
Venue: Hong Kong Trade and Development Council, 16 Upper Grosvenor St, Mayfair, London W1K 7PL

Hong Kong Society members only

In anticipation of Asian Art in London 2019, the Hong Kong Society is delighted to be joined by Colin Sheaf, Chairman of Bonhams Asia, to give us an overview of the market in Chinese porcelain, jades and works of art, which would be of particular interest to anyone who is seeking an insight into this fast-growing market, and to those who are considering making their first acquisition of a few items of their own cultural history.

This event and the networking reception is kindly hosted by the Hong Kong Trade and Development Council London.

This event is now fully booked, please contact communications@hkas.org.uk to add your name to the waiting list.


Hong Kong Society Golf Day

Date: Friday 4th October 2019
Venue: Liphook Golf Club, Wheatsheaf Enclosure, Liphook GU30 7EH
Time: 8.00 for 9.00am start
Cost: £105 members / £125 non-members (Special price if you are a member of Liphook Golf Club – please tell us if you are)

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A HK Society Golf Tournament will be held on 4th October. Although quite far ahead, bookings are being taken now.

The format will be 3 ball. The current plan is to have at least 20 participants. The price will include coffee on arrival, 18 holes competition and a two course lunch.

The Society’s Chairman, Nigel Johnson-Hill will organise and lead the day at this well-known club where he is a member.

There will be prizes for Longest Drive and Nearest Pin and suitable prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the competition.

Firm bookings and payments will be required by 1st September, but provisional bookings are sought as soon as possible. Please contact communications@hkas.org.uk or by telephone 020 7963 9447


‘Remain Deadly Calm’ – A Life in Interior Design
A Lunchtime Talk by Sara Oliver

Date: Tuesday 8th October 2019
Venue: The Oriental Club, Stratford House, 11 Stratford Place, London W1C 1ES
Time: 12.30 for 1.00pm
Cost: £43 HK Society members / £48 non-members

fullsizeoutput_6003We are delighted that Sara Oliver has agreed to do a Lunchtime Talk for the HK Society when she will talk about her life in interior design.

The talk will cover influences, inspiration, Orientalism, old Hong Kong projects and those inspired by her time in Hong Kong, as well as UK and overseas projects for old Hong Kong clients, including one current one.

With a background in design and construction, Sara’s projects have been happily diverse in scale, budget and location, ranging from the refurbishment of the 15th century Queens’ College, Cambridge, and numerous houses and apartments in Hong Kong, Delhi, Sydney, Tokyo and Great Britain, through to the design and construction of a major new villa in the Moroccan desert.

Sara is now based in Chelsea, London. www.studio-nomad.net / https://www.instagram.com/sarachinacoast/?hl=en

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Space is limited and on a first come first served basis. Early booking is essential to secure your place. Contact communications@hkas.org.uk for details


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