In the tradition of Burns Night at the FCC, it was an informal variation on the annual celebration of Robbie Burns. Toasts and recitations were led by Robbie McRobbie, who delivered “The Immortal Memory” address, while Paul Murray told how Tam O’Shanter once again evades the witches. Of course, Haggis with Neeps & Tatties topped the menu.
Pollution and over-use of the Ganges is seeing one of the world’s great rivers heading in the direction of other East Asian rivers that have been made unusable at a time when water quality and shortages are becoming critical.
A Hong Kong lad and his mates have put their bodies and minds to the ultimate test and completed one of the world’s great physical challenges: rowing unaided for 3,000 miles across the Atlantic inspired by two FCC families.
The Main Bar might not be somewhere you would expect to find leading sportsmen, but over Macau Grand Prix week in November it became a regular haunt for some of the world’s leading riders and drivers.
Journalist Luke Hunt’s second book “The Punji Trap” pries open the life of Pham Xuan An, the Viet Cong spy whose work for the Communists was a major factor in the defeat of South Vietnam in 1975.
Here, we introduce some of our newest members – if you see them at the bar, say hello and buy them a drink.