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Speakers

Our FCC Speakers Series is a unique opportunity for our members and their guests to listen, engage and discuss the latest local and international events and trends at the Club. The talks, organized by the Club’s Professional Committee, are hosted in the FCC’s main dining room, usually over lunch and occasionally over breakfast or dinner. The speaker typically gives initial remarks for 20 minutes and then takes questions for 20 minutes. The events are on the record, and videos of them go up on the Club’s website in the “News” section under Past Speakers Multimedia.

Aside from organizing guest speakers, the Professional Committee plans and produces evening documentary screenings, educational workshops, debates, speed-networking opportunities and events that benefit FCC members and provide opportunities for correspondents and journalists to grow professionally. See below for a full list of all club activities.

Mar 2019

Club Screening- Abacus: Small Enough to Jail
Club Lunch Panel: Africa To China – Contemporary Art And Hong Kong's Role
Club Cocktails: Raise a Glass With Visiting Artists For Art Basel
Club Lunch: Can the UN Security Council Survive a New Cold War?
Club Lunch Panel: How China Is Muzzling the Media at Home and Abroad
Club Lunch- China’s War on the Internet: How the West Lost the Web
Club Lunch: Spreading a Journalism of Hope
Club Lunch- Russia: A Declining Power With Few Friends
Club Breakfast- Religious Freedom: Global Threats and the World's Response
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