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Past Events

 

Below are events of the past 12 months.

 
  Friday 13-Mar-2020
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Canceled (due to COVID-19): Yale International Alliance C(YIA) conference on Global Citizenship

The YIA global conference in Rome March 13-14 has been canceled due to complications from the coronavirus.

https://vimeo.com/389063504

For more details, please visit:

https://alumni.yale.edu/yale-international-alliance-global-citizen-conference-2020

Stay tuned for future YIA global conferences.

   
  Saturday 07-Mar-2020
9:45am to 12:45pm

Yale Club Hike – Celebrating Women’s Day Weekend (Mar 7 - Sat)

To celebrate women’s day weekend, join us for an advanced beginner family friendly 8 to 10 km circuit hike (starting and ending at same point) on local trails around Mui Wo. The total elevation gain is 300 to 400m and the total distance is 8 to10 km. Those that would like to stay can also have a nice lunch at one of the many restaurants at Mui Wo before heading back home.
   
  Saturday 15-Feb-2020
9:15 a.m.

Yale Club February Hike Wanchai Gap to Aberdeen Reservoirs - Feb 15

Hiking being one of the activities recommended by Dr. Yuen Kwok-yung (Hong Kong’s foremost expert on coronavirus), the Yale Club Hiking Group will have a family friendly hike on 15 February from Wanchai Gap to Aberdeen.
As usual there’s no fees. But sign-up is required. All Members and guests are invited. Details below:
   
  Saturday 01-Feb-2020
CANCELLED

Yale Club Hike CANCELLED - Feb 1, 2020

Given the current situation in Hong Kong regarding the novel coronavirus, the Club has decided to cancel this Saturday's hike to Lo Yan Shan.

We'll be re-scheduling the hike once the situation has improved.

Looking forward to seeing you then.

Take care!
   
  Saturday 04-Jan-2020
8:30 a.m.

Yale Club January Hike from Tai Hang to Wanchai Gap (and Beyond)

On the first Saturday of 2020 (4 January), the Yale Club Hiking Group will have a family friendly hike along Sir Cecil’s Ride from Mount Butler Road to Wongneichung Gap, then along Black’s Link to Middle Gap and Wanchai Gap, with a nice view of Aberdeen. We’ll meet up at Bus No. 11’s Admiralty stop at 8:30 a.m. and take the bus to Mount Butler Road.
The hike should begin at around 9:00 a.m. and end at around 12:30 p.m. at Wanchai Gap, where Bus No. 15 will take you back down to Central. If we arrive early and/or someone still has energy to spare, we can hike another 30 minutes along the Dutch Lane (a little down
the Wanchai Gap Road) to Magazine Gap, and then down the Tramway Path to Central.
As usual there’s no fees and no required sign-up, and all Members, Associates and guests are invited.
   
  Wednesday 18-Dec-2019
6:30 to 9:30PM

Interclub Happy Hour, 18 Dec (Weds)

Last interclub happy hour in 2019 with alumni from Berkeley, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Stanford, Yale, UChicago, and UPenn
   
  Friday 13-Dec-2019
6:30pm

Yale Club Christmas Party including Music and Gifts on Friday, 12/13 - Sign Up ASAP by 12/10

Join our annual Christmas party on Friday, December 13, hosted by Alec Stuart YC '86, MArch '91 and Dede Huang. The party promises to be a fun-filled evening in the traditional Christmas spirit, for Yalies and families to gather together to chat, chill out, and swap stories. In addition to a fantastic Christmas dinner, we will have our annual exchange of presents at our Secret Santa ceremony. Students, parents, spouses and significant others, kids, are all welcome. Bring a secret Santa present for the gift exchange game (approx. HKD200 gift value, Yale-themed gifts are encouraged)!

* DISCOUNT for Bulldogs '14 and later, current students across all schools, kids: Pay only $200 at the door. Please Email our Webmaster directly to RSVP.
   
  Tuesday 10-Dec-2019
12:15-2:15pm

How to Increase Your Team’s Productivity – an Interactive Session with Bernice Lee, Dec 10

“Cultivating Leadership” was the main theme at YAA Assembly this year as Salovey emphasized Yale’s goal to train inspirational leaders. This talk fits in well with this theme and is appropriate for all of us given most of us have some leadership responsibilities—whether it is an associate managing a group of analysts to chief executives running a major corporation.

President Salovey pioneered the field of emotional intelligence, and emotional intelligence is now recognized as an important ingredient to good leadership, so please join Bernice in this very unique lunch talk.
   
  Friday 06-Dec-2019
7 to 9pm

HK-US Joint School Happy Hour Drinks, Dec 6

Come out to meet Yalies and new friends from Northwestern (and Kellogg), Princeton, HKUST MBA and Yale!

We would love to see you before the year ends!

RSVP: http://bit.ly/2019dec6
   
  Saturday 30-Nov-2019
9:30am-2:30pm

Yale Club Hike to Jardine's Lookout

Good news! The Yale Club's next hike is coming up Saturday morning, November 30, as we tackle Section 2 of the Wilson Trail. We'll start 9:30am at Wong Nei Chung Gap, head to Jardine's Lookout with its magnificent views over Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline, and then continue over and down to Quarry Bay, with more magnificent scenery both north and south along the way. After lunch at Quarry Bay, everyone should be back on the MTR before 2:30pm.

It's about 3-1/2 hours on the trail, which is exposed and has steps as well as ups and downs. But starting up at Wong Nei Chung Gap minimizes the climb.

Full details are posted on the Club's website.

Hope you can join us!
   
  Friday 29-Nov-2019
6:30-9:30pm

"License to Chill" Happy Hour Drinks, Nov 29

Come out to connect with your fellow alumni and to meet new friends from Berkeley, Cambridge, Chicago, Columbia, Cornell, MIT, Oxford, Stanford and Yale!

We would love to see more new faces, so join in to unwind on thirsty Friday!
   
  Thursday 28-Nov-2019
AGM 6pm; Dinner 7pm

Sign up Now: AGM/Thanksgiving Dinner on Thurs, Nov 28

Please join us for the Yale Club's AGM and Thanksgiving Dinner generously co-sponsored by Yale SOM. The AGM meeting, which includes a report from the YAA begins at 6pm. For those not participating in the AGM, dinner begins at 7pm. This year, we will have a talk with Fred Hu, founder of Primavera Capital and a previous Board member of Yale-China. Come enjoy with fellow Yalies for a traditional Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings: turkey, ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes, veggies, pies, etc. Also, if anyone is interested in running for office, please notify our Club Secretary Kathryn Lai at kathrynklai@gmail.com by 15 Nov. We especially encourage anyone interested to join one of our Club's organizing committees listed on our website.
   
  Monday 25-Nov-2019
Registration 12:15pm; Luncheon 12:30pm-2:00pm

Luncheon Talk - From Private Equity to Entrepreneurship by Mr. David Pun, Nov 25

This is a joint event with HBS Association of Hong Kong. We are excited to have Mr. David Pun, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EVISU come and share his unique journey from his years of experience in corporate finance and private equity to his venture into entrepreneurship for EVISU, a premium denim street fashion brand.
   
  Wednesday 20-Nov-2019
7 to 9 pm

Assignment China by Mike Chinoy on Wednesday, Nov 20

Mike Chinoy (YC’73), the distinguished former CNN Asia correspondent, will be screening the third of his series of fascinating films he created based on China’s recent history. This one is titled “Opening Up”. All Yale Club members are invited and Mike encourages our attendance.

It was 1979. The U.S. and China had just established diplomatic relations. For the first time since the Communists took power in 1949, the Chinese government allowed American journalists to be based in Beijing. Based on extensive interviews with virtually all the pioneering reporters who opened the first U.S. news bureaus in the PRC - the documentary also contains interviews with Chinese officials who sought to manage the Western media as well as rare archival footage, still photos and previously unseen home videos. An insightful glimpse into the early years of Deng Xiaoping's reforms and how foreign journalists understood and explained these momentous developments to the rest of the world.
   
  Tuesday 12-Nov-2019
Registration 6:30pm; Dinner Talk 7:00pm-8:30pm

Dinner Talk on The Life and Art of Master Fernando Botero by Fernando Botero Jr., Nov 12

This is a joint event with HBS Association of Hong Kong. We are pleased to host Fernando Botero Jr, eldest son of the Artist to share an intimate account of how his father, Master Fernando Botero’s presence and influence around the globe has helped him reach the pinnacle of the art world. The audience will also understand why the realness of Latin American life is so deeply rooted in Botero’s work and how he was influenced by the greatest Masters of the Renaissance to become an icon in today’s art world. Please join us for an artistic evening with Fernando Botero Jr!

Event Registration: https://boterojr.eventbrite.com
   
  Saturday 09-Nov-2019
3:30pm

Change of Time: Encounter with City's Young Talents, Nov 9

Hong Kong String Orchestra Limited announced that “Encounter with City's Young Talents”, originally scheduled at 8pm, 9 November 2019 (Sat) at the Hong Kong City Hall, will now be rescheduled to 3:30pm on the same day. Ticket-holders can present their original concert tickets to gain admission to the 3:30pm concert. No ticket exchange or reprint is necessary.

For ticketing enquiries, please contact our office at 3575 9031or by email to info@stringorchestra.org.hk

Featuring Gary Ngan, MM'11 as Concertmaster

Since 2019, "Encounter with City's Young Talents" concert series has become highly anticipated events as well as musical milestones for the Hong Kong String Orchestra. By showcasing Hong Kong’s own creative talents, audiences can realize the full potential of our musicians.
   
  Saturday 09-Nov-2019
3:00-5:00pm

Yale SOM Reception for Prospective Students on Saturday, Nov 9

SOM will be hosting a reception for prospective students featuring a talk with Anjani Jain, Deputy Dean for Academic Programs & Professor in the Practice of Management. Yale SOM alums are encouraged to attend in order to network with prospective students after Dean Jain's talk and a brief admissions presentation.

Please register directly using the link here:

https://admissions.som.yale.edu/register/HongKongRecNov2019Alum

In addition, please feel free to forward this prospective student registration link to anyone you think is particularly promising and would be a good fit for SOM.

https://admissions.som.yale.edu/register/HongKongRecNov2019
   
  Friday 08-Nov-2019
Registration 18:30, Program 19:00, Close 20:00

Asia Society Event: Developing Global Competency among Hong Kong Youth, Nov 8

Come join us, as we launch Ivy Plus, which aims to inspire Hong Kong secondary school students, and their parents, to dream big on their next life journey, the pursuit of higher education. In the first program of our new series, Harvard, Wharton and Yale alumni speakers will tackle topics and questions that focuses as much on the key highlights of their unique college experience as on adopting a global competency mindset. Do you want to know more about the application process to American universities? How can a global mindset be developed and nurtured? What opportunities and pathways are available to Hong Kong secondary school students that can gear them towards an international outlook? Get an insider’s perspective from locally based alumni who are ready to share what you can’t get from a book about their experiences and personal tips. Prepare for a future that involves international exposure – either college, graduate studies or beyond!
   
  Wednesday 23-Oct-2019
7:30pm Mingle and Eat; 8-9.30pm Book Discussion

Columbia-Yale Book Club Gathering - Oct 23

The world and HK is undergoing rapid change and the Book Club is an opportunity to engage with others to discuss the latest in new ideas and thoughts. The book we will be reading in October is titled Accidental Superpower - The Next Generation of American Preeminence and the Coming Global Disorder by Peter Zeihan. In The Accidental Superpower, international strategist Peter Zeihan examines how geography, combined with demography and energy independence, will pave the way for one of the great turning points in history, and one in which America reasserts its global dominance.



   
  Tuesday 15-Oct-2019
12.30 to 2 pm

*Celebratory luncheon to honour Caroline Van for receiving the Yale Medal*

Please join us at our celebratory luncheon to honor Caroline Van for having received the 2019 Yale Medal, the highest honor presented by the Yale Alumni Association, awarded annually to members of the Yale family for their individual service to the university. In addition to celebrating the medal, this is an opportunity to just get together with friends, so please reserve your seat.
   
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