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  Associations/Clubs (hk)

Meetup (hk)
Find a Meetup or Create a Meetup of your own to meet people with similar interests and passions.
Getting together with real people in real life makes powerful things happen. Side hustles become careers, ideas become movements, and chance encounters become lifelong connections. Meetup brings people together to create thriving communities.
If you belong to a local Club or want to start your own ... then this is an excellent online platform/solution.
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Marine Divers Sub-Aqua Club (hk)
Marine Divers Sub-Aqua Club
MDSAC is the most active British Sub-Aqua Club branch in Hong Kong. Togther with Marine Divers (BSAC School 388) it offers dive trips and day or night, training courses for all levels starting every week, and weekly club nights - Wednesdays at The United Services Recreation Club
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South China Diving Club (hk)
South China Diving Club (Hong Kong)
A branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club.
New members and visitors welcome, including "guest" divers on weekend dives. Meet in the Aberdeen Boat Club, Thursday evenings ~8:30 - 11 p.m.
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The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (hk)
The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce. One of the most useful aspects of this website is the Companies Directory and the 'Who's Who' section.
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Hong Kong Players (HK)
Hong Kong Players is the SAR's foremost community theatre group. We began life on 1 January 1991 as a successor to the Garrison Players and the Hong Kong Stage Club, both of which had been active in Hong Kong since the end of the Pacific War.
Hong Kong | hk | Drama | Actors | Plays | Productions | Community Theatre | HK Singers |
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The Australian Association (Hong Kong)
The Kanganews is the Australian Association's official newsletter. It is published monthly and reaches the homes of over 700 members, plus other Australian groups, businesses and advertisers.
Sundowners is usually held on the first Thursday of each month at 6 pm at the Wombat Hole at the Australian Consulate, 24/F, 25 Harbour Road, Wanchai. Cost is $50 for members & non-members. This includes entrance and light snacks. A cash bar operates. Dress code - no shorts, sandals or T-shirts.
Hong Kong | hk | Australia | association | BYO Forkable Feast | Golf at Kau Sai Chau | Coffee Mornings for Newcomers | Tennis | Book Club | Tai Tai's & Tucker Lunch | Chatterbox Coffee | Cinema Critics | Sunday Hike | Mothers & Toddlers Group | Working Women's Email Group |
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