Hong Kong goes green for St Patrick’s Day celebration

Hong Kong goes green for St Patrick’s Day celebration

Visiting Irish minister Seán Canney hails solidarity with its people living abroad as he tours around China. (Photo: Irish CG Peter Ryan (left) with minister…

Reportage April 29

Reportage April 29

Group photo of the Hispanic Cultural Festival on 23 April participated by with the Consulates of Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Chile and Venezuela (Credit: Spanish Consulate General)

The Irish gather a Hong Kong crowd under a shamrock banner

The Irish gather a Hong Kong crowd under a shamrock banner

The St Patrick’s Day Parade is a global phenomena that has come to Hong Kong. For one day, everyone gets to be Irish. Photo: Chill? Not…

Go Green: HK & Macao to host first Irish Festival

Go Green: HK & Macao to host first Irish Festival

CG Peter Ryan announces the first Irish Festival in Hong Kong and Macao. Photo: Irish CG Peter Ryan with the Irish Festival Asia team (provided by Irish…

Reportage: Rise Up Irish!

Reportage: Rise Up Irish!

Irish in Hong Kong commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Easter Uprising in songs and poems throughout the year.

Reportage: The Flying Tiger

Reportage: The Flying Tiger

Photo: Irish Ambassador to China Paul Kavanagh delivering his speech.

Reportage: Ireland CG and Chamber host an evening with Jim Thompson

Reportage: Ireland CG and Chamber host an evening with Jim Thompson

The Consulate General of Ireland and the Irish Chamber of Commerce held an Evening event where esteemed businessman Jim Thompson shared his story and experience with…

Reportage: Irish Green on Des Voeux Road

Reportage: Irish Green on Des Voeux Road

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Reportage: Bloomin’ Bloomsday! James Joyce celebrated

Reportage: Bloomin’ Bloomsday! James Joyce celebrated

The first ever Bloomsday comes to Hong Kong as feisty, participatory celebration of James Joyce’s work and life is brought to Comix Home Base, Wanchai.

The Irish lesson for Hong Kong

The Irish lesson for Hong Kong

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