The FCC staff party in late January at the Golden Bauhinia restaurant in the Convention Centre was its usual boisterous self. Most of the staff and Board members and guests put on their fairytale glad rags this year’s theme and competed in a bunch of drinking and eating games. It wasn’t too competitive as everyone got a prize.
Photos by Wyng Chow
Kate Bartlett, former reporter and deputy managing editor at the now defunct Cambodia Daily, remembers the dysfunction, fun, and straight-out chutzpah that was the Daily.
The documentary, which has rekindled old debates about its legacy, falls short with some important omissions, says former war correspondent and ex-FCC president Jim Laurie.
Jim Pringle is a byline synonymous with foreign correspondents. For six decades he has covered conflicts, politics and economics from South America to the Middle East and across Asia, writes Luke Hunt.
Chris Patten was in town in September to promote his latest book which coincided with the aftermath of the jailing of Joshua Wong and the latest chapter of Hong Kong’s pro-independence tussle.
The Charity Committee’s goal is to go beyond simply providing funds for the good causes the Club supports. Club members are encouraged to give voluntary time, and to become actively involved in the cause.