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Hong Kong Remembers in pictures: Rocking the FCC to raise funds for China Coast Community

Hong Kong Remembers was certainly a night not to forget.

Members were entertained with live music on every floor, from The Red Stripes, Miriam Ma & Hippogroove, Mary Jane, and Crimes Against Pop; plus a special appearance from Michael (Thomas) Jackson.

Here, we bring you the best photos of the night from Asiapix and Sarah Graham.

Own a unique Harry cartoon and help the FCC support the China Coast Community charity

He’s Hong Kong’s most famous illustrator whose satirical take on local politics is a mainstay of the city’s biggest English-language newspaper.

And now you can own an original drawing by cartoonist Harry Harrison by bidding in the FCC’s online auction.

Especially for the FCC, Harry has created this special cartoon reflecting one of the most topical subjects of the hour – the upcoming Chief Executive election. This original cartoon, signed by the man himself, will be a lasting memory of another chapter in Hong Kong’s history.

At the time of publication of this article, the bidding was at $9,000.

Bid for this unique Harry Harrison cartoon. Bid for this unique Harry Harrison cartoon.

Also up for grabs are a sumptuous dinner at The China Club, helicopter flights, a stay in Hong Kong’s newest hotel, not to mention a tour of Hong Kong in a vintage Rolls-Royce followed by tea at The Peninsula are some of the ‘lifestyle’ items available, complemented by a unique collection of items donated by our FCC members, including photographs of some of the momentous events of recent Hong Kong history.

The auction site is now open and you can view the items available and place your bids at www.fccfundraiser.com

Registering on the site and placing bids is easy so please take a look and use this opportunity to help our nominated charity, The China Coast Community. As with the raffle (tickets available at reception), all funds raised will go to our chosen charity thanks to the phenomenal generosity of our FCC members and friends who have donated the items.

 

 

 

 

Fancy a tour of Hong Kong in a Rolls-Royce? Start bidding now in the FCC’s online auction

As part of the FCC’s ‘Hong Kong Remembers’ fundraising, a silent auction platform has been launched with a great range of items up for grabs.

The FCC's online bidding site is simple to use. The FCC’s online bidding site is simple to use.

A sumptuous dinner at The China Club, helicopter flights, a stay in Hong Kong’s newest hotel, not to mention a tour of Hong Kong in a vintage Rolls-Royce followed by tea at The Peninsula are some of the ‘lifestyle’ items available, complemented by a unique collection of items donated by our FCC members, including photographs and cartoons of some of the momentous events of recent Hong Kong history.

The auction site is now open and you can view the items available and place your bids at www.fccfundraiser.com

Registering on the site and placing bids is easy so please take a look and use this opportunity to help our nominated charity, The China Coast Community.

As with the raffle (tickets available at reception), all funds raised will go to our chosen charity thanks to the phenomenal generosity of our FCC members and friends who have donated the items.

Hong Kong Remembers raffle tickets now on sale – and a snip at $50 each

With 70 great prizes, the FCC’s ‘Hong Kong Remembers’ raffle is not only a key part of the club’s charitable drive to raise funds for the China Coast Community, but also a great chance to secure some fabulous swag.

FCC members and friends have rallied round to donate an extensive prize list of prizes: two nights stay at The Peninsula, Bangkok; dinner for four at Crown Wine Cellars; lunch for 10 at the famed Ming Kee in Po Toi; books signed by authors Chris Patten and David Tang as well as 13 other FCC member authors; rare copies of late FCC legend Marvin Farkas’s seminal Asian gangster movie ‘Wit’s End’; together with a range of wines and spirits are just some of the items up for grabs.

Tickets priced at HK$50 each are available at the FCC reception, so pick up a few when you collect your tickets to the March 25th ‘Hong Kong Remembers’ extravaganza. If you can’t make that date, support the event by buying a few tickets. The raffle will be drawn at 22.30hrs on March 25th and results posted in the club, on the FCC website and in newspapers.

Hong Kong's last British colonial governor Chris Patten gestures as he speaks at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Hong Kong on November 25, 2016. Hong Kong’s last British colonial governor Chris Patten, pictured here in November 2016, has signed a book for the FCC raffle.
/ AFP PHOTO / Anthony WALLACE
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