Rotary

Club of Hong Kong

The Rotary Club of Hongkong is an English Speaking Club, the pioneer club in the District 3450 ( Hongkong, Macau, Guangdong Province and Mongolia ) that was established since 1931, earlier than the District itself. We are dedicated to bringing business and professional leaders together to provide humanitarian services to the community and promote high ethical standards in all vocations.

Our Club was awarded the Rotary Citation with Gold Distinction in 2018-2019 for helping Rotary to be the inspiration on lives of people all over the World.

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on Speakers and Activities at the Rotary Club of Hong Kong

Join our luncheon meetings for fellowship and learn from inspiring speeches by prominent guest speakers

Regular Lunch Meetings on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays each month

1:00pm - 2:00pm (Registration starts at 12:30pm)

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We meet at The Hong Kong Bankers Club

Address: 43/F Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong

Please reserve your seat here -> Online Registration

Visiting Rotarians and Guests are always Most Welcome at our Meetings

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Lunch Cost: HK$380 per person

Dress Code: Business Attire


Mr Henry Litton

Former Judge of CFA

Mr. Kim Weon-Jin

CG of Korea

Ir. Wai Chi Shing

MD of URA

Prof. Samuel Leong

UNESCO HK

Special Features

Opinions

Former justice Henry Litton's speech on "Is the Hong Kong Community Mesmerized by Slogans?"

Sports

Taichi demonstration by Rotarian. Benjamin Yip




Meeting Program 2019-2020

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Club Projects and Reports

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The Contents on this Website are for reference only and have been prepared and published by members of the Rotary Club of Hong Kong, a non-profit registered Charity. Enquiry regarding this website should be directed to the Club Secretary of the Rotary Club of Hong Kong.