Our supporters and friends in Hong Kong…. they’re all keeping it Irish!
With its headquarters in Cork, PCH and operational headquarters in Shenzhen and San Francisco, PCH is an Irish custom design manufacturing company that works with Fortune 500s and hardware start-ups to develop, manufacture, package, and distribute products as well as manage supply chains. Founded by Irish entrepreneur Liam Casey, PCH has long been a great supporter and friend of the St Patrick’s Society.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Hotel in China is positioned among the finest luxury hotels in the world and with magnificent views of Hong Kong’s renowned Victoria Harbour and Wanchai district. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong enjoys a central location on Hong Kong Island, in the very heart of this vibrant and exciting city. Our “meetings hotel” is conveniently interconnected with the HKCEC (Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre) and only 40 minutes from Hong Kong Airport . Grand Hyatt Hong Kong also hosts Plateau spa – the first world class residential spa.
Great establishments with the friendliest staff in Hong Kong, where many of our functions are held throughout the year.
M G Geraghty (Insurance Brokers) Ltd are registered Insurance Brokers based in Central.
The school presents the unique art form of ‘Contemporary Irish Dance’. a fusion of traditional Irish Dance with a Contemporary twist.
Irish dancing is healthy, vibrant, energetic, fluid and elegant and presents both children and adults the opportunity to explore dance improvisation and work interactively and creatively with others. It will teach self awareness, a better understanding of one’s body, improves co-ordination and also helps in conditioning, strengthening and improving flexibility realignment.
Our class offer an opportunity to experience an art form using movement to music that will increase confidence and self esteem in an expressive ,fun and imaginative way.
HK GAA is always looking for new members to join, young or old, guys or girls, and of whatever ability. If you’re new to Hong Kong or GAA, please click here to find out more. You can also follow us on Twitter @HK_GAA or join our facebook group – “HKGAA“.
We would encourage all Irish Passport Holders to register with the Consulate General of Ireland in Hong Kong & Macau. Your registration is strictly confidential and will only be used to account for Irish Citizens in Hong Kong should we find ourselves in a state of emergency. Fingers crossed of course this will never happen! Please visit their website to do this and for all your passport needs.
A networking group for Irish business people living in Hong Kong and those with an interest in Irish business.