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Wall Exhibition- Looking Back: Hong Kong 1967 Riots

THE FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS’ CLUB, HONG KONG Wall Exhibition Looking Back: Hong Kong 1967 Riots Photos Provided Courtesy of Hong Kong Information Services Department, SCMP, Hugh Van Es Venue: Main Bar Exhibition dates: April 21 – May 14, 2017 Non-members are welcome from 10am-12 noon & 3pm-5:30pm daily. Please feel free to register at the Concierge before visiting. The exhibition is located at Main Bar No entry to anyone aged under 18 years or inappropriately dressed (e.g. …

Dr Robert Kelly gave fascinating insights into North Korea and Kim Jong-un's historic summit with US President Donald Trump. Photo: Sarah Graham/FCC
Trump and Kim summit was yet more symbolism over substance, says inter-Korean affairs expert

The declaration signed by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump brings the DPRK no closer to denuclearisation, says inter-Korean affairs expert Dr Robert Kelly.

Chris Patten: Hongkongers need to stop talking about killing one another and talk to each other
Tributes have been paid to the late Kevin Egan. Photo: ©2018 Robin Moyer
Kevin Egan: Friends, colleagues and students remember the legal eagle ‘so generous of heart’

Kevin Egan is remembered as a tenacious criminal advocate with a big heart whose legal skirmishes kept local newspapers in business over the years.

FCC Hong Kong confirms passing of 2nd Vice President Kevin Barry H. Egan

The FCC’s 2nd Vice President, Kevin Egan. It is with great sadness that the Foreign Correspondents’ Club confirms the unexpected passing of our legendary 2nd Vice President, long-standing Governor and great friend Kevin Egan yesterday. Kevin had suffered some ill health recently but appeared back to his usual energetic and humorous self; he was working full time on court work in his successful barrister’s practice and on Club matters having recently been elected as 2nd …