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Leading global racing officials visited the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Conghua Racecourse on Monday (10 December) for a glimpse of the future of the sport in Hong Kong and equestrian pursuits in the Mainland as a whole. The party made the 200km trip north from Hong Kong after attending Sunday’s HK$93 million LONGINES Hong Kong International Races. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Chief Executive Officer Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges led the two-hour tour along with Andrew Harding (Executive Director, Racing) and William Nader ...

To provide support and assistance to single-parent families and new parents, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has granted the Hong Kong Single Parents Association funding to set up the Hong Kong Single Parents Association Jockey Club Neighbourhood Support Centrein Sha Tin and launch a three-year Jockey Club New Parents Support Programme. The initiative is aimed at helping such families adapt to their new lives by providing parenting and emotional support, as ...

Over a hundred magnificent clocks and watches, most of which were introduced to China during the Ming and Qing Dynasties or manufactured by the Qing government, will soon be displayed in Hong Kong.  From tomorrow until 10 April 2019, an exhibition titled The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Treasures of Time will be held at the Hong Kong Science Museum, merging science, history and art. Visitors will have an opportunity to appreciate a number of exquisite timepieces, learn more about ...

The former Bridges Street Market in Tai Ping Shan has been revitalised as the Hong Kong News-Expo, the first facility of its kind in the Asia Pacific region to highlight the important role in society of the media and journalism. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has supported preparatory works for the establishment of the Expo since its conceptual stage, and with its completion is now funding a three-year Media Education Programme for ...