In what has become a great tradition, new FCC members got together with Board members and some not-so-new members to have drinks on The Verandah and get to know how the FCC works. Always a good evening, although some of these new members have had to wait up to three years for their drinks.
When artist Pam Williams first came to Hong Kong in 1996, she was armed with a sketchbook and a fax machine to record the build-up to the handover. Now she’s back and drawing daily life around the city and at the Club.
The latest group of members to join the FCC is, as always, an interesting bunch. The membership committee meets regularly to go through applications and is always impressed by the diversity of people who want to join the Club.
Derek Maitland’s photographs from Vietnam were featured in the FCC’s Wall Exhibition in September 2018.
The FCC’s archives may have dropped down the Club’s list of priorities in recent years, but they’re not forgotten. Carsten Schael makes a passionate case for bringing them centre stage again.
Blockchain is apparently going to change our lives, but most of us don’t have a clue what it is. Colin Simpson tracked down someone who has made it her business to be in the know.