Foreign Correspondents' Club

Foreign Correspondents' Club

Foreign Correspondents' Club

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Foreign Correspondents' Club is a group of clubs for foreign correspondents and other journalists. Some clubs are members only, and some are open to the public.

Hong Kong

The Foreign Correspondents' Club was founded in Chongqing in 1943 and moved to Hong Kong (from Shanghai) in 1949. It is a club for the media, business and diplomatic community. Originally an expansive villa with hotel rooms located on the now-residential 41 Conduit Road, its current residence near Lan Kwai Fong is a much humbler venue, housing a main bar, jazz bar, main restaurant, Chinese restaurant, health club, reading room, and work room.

The FCC is a members-only club with membership claimed to range from the reporters, photographers and radio and television teams, the Chief Executive of the territory and leading figures in the worlds of business and diplomacy - although membership isn't exclusive to those in the media.

When prominent international figures from the worlds of commerce, politics or entertainment visit Hong Kong, many choose to address the FCC's speaker lunches as the best means of reaching their desired audience - both directly and through media coverage of the events.

In 2002 the club launched a charity ball featuring major musical acts that attracts attendees from across Asia. Now an annual event, the ball has raised millions to educate children from the Po Leung Kuk orphanage.


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