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July 5, 2022
Knife and fork poised, and drooling only ever so slightly, Adam White kicks off a new regular food review, perusing the FCC’s most existentially draining, life-affirming menu item. There is a certain genre of food that demands a little more from the consumer than the average meal. A bit of buy-i...
July 5, 2022
New Members Journalist Qin Feng, Director of New Department VP of News Channel, HKSTV Associates John Corbett, Psychologist and Lawyer Finn Dattenberg-Doyle, Global Markets Division, Goldman Sachs (Asia) Carmen Lam, Consultant, Crikx & Co Limited Ben Lau, Research Scien...
April 22, 2022
Robin Lynam died before he could complete his final assignment, which was slated to be the cover story for the April issue of The Correspondent.  Here, we publish his affectionate, witty, erudite musings on our club, which was more or less his second home. Forty years on Ice House Street, g...
April 11, 2022
We bid adieu to some, and welcome aboard to a whole bunch of others. New Members Correspondents Chen Hangyu, Video Producer, TIME Kim Soo-jin, Associate Audience Engagement Editor, TIME Natalie Koh, Managing Editor of Asian Investor, Haymarket Filipe Pacheco, Reporter, Bloomberg ...
April 10, 2022
A retired prison superintendent who’s taken up cooking; the former pilot who’s turned to counselling; the veteran man-at-arms; plus 16 others who make up the rich tapestry of FCC membership. RICHARD ARNDT I am vice president, trade lane, for Toll Global Forwarding Asia, which is part of t...
February 11, 2022
It’s perhaps just as well that the FCC’s walls can’t talk, but there’s a great tale attached to many of its rooms, says Robin Lynam. Extraordinary though this may seem, back in 1991, when FCC President Peter Seidlitz suggested turning a corner of the Main Bar into an enclosed non-smoking area,...
February 11, 2022
A Swede, a South African, a Kiwi, a Russian, a Yorkshireman, un Français, several Chinese and assorted others walk into a bar…    Asa Atting This is the third time my husband Fredrik and I have lived in Hong Kong. Each time we left, we sensed that we would move back. Hong Kong is ...
February 10, 2022
Ed Peters profiles more FCC Board members, who were elected last May for the 2021-2022 term. How did our governors come to join the FCC, what new experiences are coming down the pipeline, and what keeps them busy from day to day? We threw a few softballs at the Board and pressed them on the club’...
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