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.
George came to the FCC in 2007 after working as second chef at the Hong Kong Football Club for six years.
New laws that critics decry as impeding free speech are making their way to the statute books in record time, writes Jane Moir.
General Manager Gilbert Cheng is retiring in August and for many the club will never be quite the same. Sue Brattle went along for a chat.
The latest group of members to join the FCC is, as always, an interesting bunch.
Photojournalist Greg Constantine has been documenting the persecution of the stateless Rohingya for more than 12 years.