Upcoming Events

15
May
2021

Field Trip to Mai Po

Saturday, 15 May 2021
Mai Po
The RGS is pleased to offer a guided tour to the Mai Po Marshes, a large wetland nature reserve managed by WWF, located in the North-west New Territories. Mai Po is an internationally significant wetland, which is listed by the Ramsar Convention, and supports globally-important numbers of wetland birds, which chiefly arrive in winter and during the spring and autumn migrations.
20
May
2021

Field Trip: Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park Tour plus Glass Bottomed Boat Excursion

Thursday, 20 May 2021
9.45 am to 3.45 pm
The RGS is pleased to offer a tour to the magnificent Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park. This includes an eco-guided tour on a glass bottomed boat. The marine tour is run in conjunction with the WWF at its Marine Centre in Hoi Ha Wan near Sai Kung.
20
May
2021

A 45,000km Motorbike Odyssey across the Americas in search of the Mennonites

Cameron Dueck
Thursday, 20 May 2021
7.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Webtalk
The event is free of charge for members. For guests or non members, the registration fee is $50. Please click into https://www.rgshk.org.hk/payment-for-cameron-dueck-s-webtalk-on-thu-20-may . The webinar link is going to be sent at 12.30 pm on Thursday, 20 May.
Hong Kong-based writer and adventurer Cameron Dueck, a Mennonite himself, tells the extraordinary story of his 45,000 km motorcycle odyssey across the Americas to learn more about the Mennonite diaspora. Across Latin America, from the plains of Mexico to the jungles of Paraguay, lives a cloistered Germanic people who fled persecution in Europe, the Mennonites. For nearly a century, they have kept their doors and their minds closed, separating their communities from a secular world they view as sinful.
25
May
2021

Field Trip: Walled Hakka Village

Led by Stanley Shea
Tuesday, 25 May 2021
9am to 6.30pm
The RGS is pleased to offer a guided tour to Lai Chi Wo, an inaccessible 17th century walled Hakka Village, located in the north-east New Territories near Plover Cove Country Park.
Jun
2021

Weekly Webtalk Series

Wednesday, 30 Jun 2021

Due to the tighening up of social distancing, we regret that we are not able to host any physical talks for the time being.  In the meanwhile, we hope you will join and enjoy some of our webtalks.  We look forward to recommencing our programme of 100+ events per year as soon as possible.