Ballot forms for the election have been sent out on Wednesday, 10 April 2013. Members who have not notified the office of a change of address and have consequently failed to receive a form can obtain a replacement from the office, please bring along proof of change of address.
To enhance the integrity of the election and conform with best practice the ballot forms have been printed at a security printing firm.
Should there be a need for a replacement ballot form please contact the office in person.
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28 March 2013
FCC Welcomes Company Records Decision
The Foreign Correspondents' Club, Hong Kong welcomes the government's decision to postpone proposed changes to the Companies Ordinance that would withhold details of the residential addresses and identity card/passport numbers of company directors from public access.
We believe the government should withdraw the changes all together to maintain Hong Kong's corporate transparency and reputation as a world financial centre.
Press Conference/Report Launch
CPJ’s most recent China report:
Challenged in China: The shifting dynamics of censorship and control
Tuesday March 12, 2013
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club
New CPJ report: China’s censorship challenge
Hong Kong, March 6, 2013—As China’s new leadership takes office, a new report by the Committee to Protect Journalists will shed light on the shifting dynamics of censorship within China and the expanding role of its state media across the world.
22 January 2013
Panels of Judges of the 17th Human Rights Press Awards
We are pleased to announce the distinguished panels of judges for the year.
Enid Tsui Correspondent, Board Member, Foreign Correspondents' Club
Jacqueline Leong SC Former Chairperson, Hong Kong Bar Association
Members and Friends are welcome to join our count down after 9:30pm
Main Bar & Main Lounge will be opened at 12noon on Tuesday, 1 January 2013
KEEP COMPANY RECORDS PUBLIC
The Foreign Correspondents' Club, Hong Kong, opposes a proposed change to the Companies Ordinance that will withhold details of the residential addresses and Identity Card/Passport numbers of company directors from public access.
Company searches are an important tool and source of information for journalists and the public. We regret that the FCC was not invited to provide feedback on this change during a public consultation at the end of last year.