Links and Sponsorship


Wing Yip As the UK’s leading Chinese and Oriental grocer, Wing Yip offers authentic quality produce to the catering trade and Oriental food enthusiasts through a network of superstores to the catering trade and Oriental food enthusiasts through a network of superstores at Birmingham, Manchester, Cricklewood, Croydon and via their online store. Visit website
HKA-130-93 (2) Cathay Pacific takes passengers to the heart of Asia and beyond, with 49 non-stop flights a week from London Heathrow, Gatwick, and Manchester to Hong Kong.
An expansive network of nearly 200 destinations, through seamless connections at one of the world’s best airports, make Cathay Pacific the ideal choice for business or leisure travellers. Visit website
Clifford Chance Clifford Chance are one of the world’s pre-eminent law firms, with significant depth and range of resources across five continents. As a single, fully integrated, global partnership, they pride themselves on their approachable, collegial and team-based way of working. They always strive to exceed the expectations of their clients, which include corporates from all the commercial and industrial sectors, governments, regulators, trade bodies and not-for-profit organisations. They provide them with the highest-quality advice and legal insight, which combines the Firm’s global standards with in-depth local expertise. Visit website

Other Useful Links

hketo logo The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London is responsible for fostering trade and economic relations with the following countries (in alphabetical order): Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithunia, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Visit website
hktdc logo The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) was established in 1966, and serves as a statutory body dedicated to promoting Hong Kong trade. Its mission is to create opportunities for Hong Kong companies, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, by promoting trade in goods and services globally. Visit website
british chamber logo horizontal 4C sept07 (2) The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is a dynamic, independent, non-government body which represents 500 companies of all sizes and origins. We bring our members together, facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience, giving you access to key resources and contacts to help you grow and build the profile of your business. Visit website
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Alumni Association UK. Visit Website
True Heart is a London-based Chinese-led theatre company with a capacity to work multilingually in Cantonese, Mandarin & English. We specialise in the practice and performance of playback theatre as a service to the UK Chinese community – making our stories visible. View Website
 Yellow Earth Yellow Earth is a London based British East Asian touring theatre company, revenue funded by Arts Council England. The company was established in 1995 by five British East Asian performers, with a view to raising the profile and standing of British East Asian theatre.
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OSPA The OVERSEAS SERVICE PENSIONERS ASSOCIATION (OSPA) was founded in 1960 in order to protect the pension rights of member of the Colonial Service (since 1954 properly called Her Majesty’s Overseas Civil Service – HMOCS), who worked for the governments of the former British colonial territories, ultimately under the former Colonial Office in London. Visit website
gwulo-na008-2kpx is a friendly place where people can share what they know about old Hong Kong. Popular topics include old photos showing how Hong Kong has changed and researching family history.’Gwu lo’ is roughly how ‘古老’ sounds in Cantonese. It means ‘ancient’ or ‘old-fashioned’.David Bellis first visited Hong Kong in 1989 and has lived there since 1992.
   RHKAAF-Badge This website is dedicated to all who served in the Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force and its predecessors: the Air Arm of the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, the Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force, and the Hong Kong Women’s Auxiliary Air Force. Visit website
CUHKCAS Cambridge University Hong Kong and China Affairs Society
CUHKCAS is a student-run, non-profit making society at the University of Cambridge. Since its founding twenty-two years ago, CUHKCAS has strived to promote interest in the social, economic and political affairs of Hong Kong and China. While standing firm in our values and objectives, we aim to progress concordantly with developments in the two regions. Visit website
HKPASS LSESU (London School of Economics Students’ Union) Hong Kong Public Affairs and Social Services (HKPASS) Society has two main goals: to raise awareness on public issues and to increase involvement in contributing back to the society. HKPASS is one of the few student societies at the LSE that puts such a high emphasis on public affairs and social services. We hope to broaden our members’ opportunities to expand their social horizons to different walks of life through organizing talks given by distinguished guests from all over the world, and from a wide range of sectors and backgrounds. On the social services aspect, we have cooperated with numerous charity organizations, both in Hong Kong and in the United Kingdom, to provide our members with a broad spectrum of community service experiences. Visit website
RASHKB The Friends of the Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch. We are a group of mostly ex-members of the Royal Asiatic Society in Hong Kong, now living in the U.K., who meet together for regular lectures in London as well as an annual Chinese New Year lunch in Chinatown and a weekend away during the summer, always with a Chinese theme.
Membership is open to anyone with a history of and interest in Hong Kong. Our lectures are held on Saturday afternoons at the headquarters of the Royal Asiatic Society in Euston and are always preceded by a Chinese lunch at a nearby restaurant. Recent summer trips have been to Cambridge, Oxford, Aberdeen and Liverpool. Visit website
      CCG logo (2) The Chinese Community Gateway is a charity. Our aims are to:
I. Build the Chinese community by running fun social events on a regular basis such as month end drinks, dim sums and hikes
II. Raise funds for worthwhile causes both here in the UK and in China. We plan to run a few large scale fundraising activities a year
III. Promote Chinese culture for all Chinese, and the wider community. We will promote and sponsor events such as film festivals, arts and literature.Visit facebook page
FOCUS Information Service is the not-for-profit organisation founded over 30 years ago by a small group of women expatriates offering referrals, courses, volunteer opportunities and general support to accompanying corporate spouses who, at that time, were mostly women.  These days the expat profile has changed somewhat and many of the accompanying spouses are men. FOCUS has subsequently added many services to its initial list but its primary purpose remains: to offer practical support to
persons and families relocating to the UK in as many aspects of their lives as members require. Visit website

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