<!-- Note to editors: Commonwealth grammar and usage used in this article --><!-- This is an unofficial background and history of Hok Yau Club -->Hok Yau Club () is an independent and non-profitnon-governmental organisation (NGO) in Hong Kong.
Its aim is to provide support and guidance to students as well as to organise activities for youths. Since the transfer of the sovereignty of Hong Kong back to the People's Republic of China in 1997, the club has launched a number of civic projects to promote patriotic education to the younger generation. The motto of the club is "To Learn and To Serve"（「探求真知，服務社會」）.
It was founded as "Hok Yau Dancing Club" （學友中西舞蹈研究社） in April 1949 after a prolong discussion among the members of a reader club of the Oversea Chinese Daily（華僑日報）, a popular Hong Kong newspaper at the time. It adapted the currect name in 1975 to reflect the changing nature of the organization.
Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the titular governing body of the Club. It consists of all qualified Voting members with annual membership subscription. The AGM must take place at least once a year. Its function includes scruntinizing the performance of the Standing...... Read More