The Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS), founded in London in 1868, has 70 branches across 52 member states of the Commonwealth. It boasts of a plurality of culture, ethnicity and history. Diverse but united under a common language, English, and the shared values of democracy, human rights, tolerance and the rule of law, the Modern Commonwealth champions education, youth empowerment, peace and sustainable development. The Hong Kong Branch of the RCS (RCSHK) was established in 1983.
The Department of Chinese and History (CAH) and the RCSHK are collaborating on the “International Cultural Exchange Programme.” Operating in the form of a mentorship programme, CAH and RCSHK will each hold a cultural exchange event once every academic year. This is an excellent opportunity for students to practise their English, share their experience and broaden their horizon amidst a divergence of peoples and cultures, right here in Hong Kong.
The programme is now open for students to sign up.
Quota: 15 undergraduates; 15 postgraduates
The social gathering of “International Cultural Exchange Programme” will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, 28 March 2017.
To learn more about RCSHK, please visit http://rcshk.com/.
Enquiry：3442 2474 (Ms. Yeung)
Last updated: 07 March 2018