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May 2, 2018: Stanford Club of Hong Kong AGM + Exclusive Tour of H Queen’s
Please join us for our upcoming Annual General Meeting of the Stanford Club of Hong Kong and a special Private Tour of H Queen’s: Hong Kong’s newest hub for art and lifestyle.
In addition to providing club updates and initiatives for the coming year. we will be voting for your SCHK Executive Committee and General Committee Members for 2018/19. Nominations as follows:
Executive Committee Members
President: Anthony Chang
Co-Vice Presidents: Marc Hubert
Co-Vice Presidents: Andrew Kwan
Co-Vice Presidents (IT): Kendrick Kwok
Co-Treasurers: Wally Cheung
Co-Treasurers: Sandy Wan
Secretary: Kristine Li
General Committee Members
Ronald Issen, Diana Ibarra, Dorothea Koo, and Simon Mui, Queenie Lee, Jasmine Li, Lavina Tien
Please email us (email@example.com) if you are interested to serve the Club and join our General Committee! The Club Mission and Responsibilities of Executive and General Committee Members can be found under the following links:=
Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2018
6:00 pm – 8:00pm
6:00pm – 7:00pm Gallery Tour
7:00pm – 8:00pm AGM (Drinks and canapes will be served)
Venue: H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central, HK
Gallery tour 6pm meeting point at Hart Hall, G/F, H Queen’s
AGM to follow at 7:00pm at Hart Hall, G/F, H Queen’s
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About H Queen’s
Join Stanford Club of Hong Kong on an exclusive tour of H Queen’s, a new award-winning commercial development on 80 Queen’s Road Central named “Hong Kong’s Most Important Gallery District..in a Brand New 26-Story Skyscraper” by international art publication Artsy.
H Queen’s, developed by Henderson Land, is the new purpose-built multistorey cultural and lifestyle building that is transforming the dynamic right in Central, Hong Kong. H Queen’s houses exhibitions spaces, including few of the top international art galleries for promoting the arts as well as expanding the audience for art. The building’s unique architecture provides maximum flexibility and eco-friendly features. Design of H Queen’s boasts multifunctional layouts, optimum floor-to-ceiling heights and expansive balconies to accommodate a wide range of exhibition and entertainment needs. H Queen’s also features an integrated building maintenance unit, including a gondola system to facilitate the delivery of artwork through an operable curtain wall façade on each gallery floor.
Kristine Li (BA ’10), Deputy General Manager of Leasing for Henderson Land Development will be sharing the story behind the building of H Queen’s and leading the tour to visit a number of world-class galleries within the building.
For more information on H Queen’s, please visit http://www.hqueens.com.hk.