The Latest Member News and Must Read Links October2, 2018
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October 6  Ma On Shan Mine Tour

October 12  Canadian-HK Business Luncheon with the Secretary for the Environment Mr. Kam-Sing Wong


Oct 8
China Business Committee Meeting (Members Only)

Oct 16
Entrepreneur and Small Business Committee Meeting (Members Only)

Hong Kong Generation Next Arts is proud to host award-winning Canadian Violinist James Ehnes, along with Pianist Andrew Armstrong, at the 2018 HKGNA Music Festival! On October 19th, join us for an evening of extravagant music at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, HKAPA.
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  1. COLLIERS releases report on Land Supply in Hong Kong that gives a new perspective on identifying developable land and the housing shortage | Colliers
  2. MCGILL University to partner with Xebec to develop Power-to Gas process for renewable energy storage | Newsroom - McGill University
  3. Manulife announces partnership with University of Waterloo for AI study - Kitchener | 
  4. RBC Correspondent and Advisor Services Awarded Outstanding Achievement in Technology at the 2018 Awards | PR Newswire
  5. U of Calgary's Haskayne School of Business helping energy startups | Troy Media
  6. No hope in sight for Hong Kong’s soaring office rents, as land supply seen as too little to match demand, according to JLL report | South China Morning Post                                                                                                    
  7. Fairchild Junior Academy is hosting an Open House on October 6th, from 2 to 6pm, at their Tin Hau campus                                                                                                                                
  8. Fairchild Kindergarten Open House and Christmas Fair will be on Nov 17th from 2 to 6 pm, at their Sai Ying Pun campus                                                                                           
  9. The NAIS community got together on Sept 22nd to help the local district council and villagers clean up part of the sea front in the aftermath of Typhoon Mangkhut. There's still a lot to do, but the NAIS community is continuing to find ways to help, including a “Crazy Hair Day” on Sept 28th, where our children came in sporting their wackiest hair styles and helped raised HK$4340 to the disaster relief pool.
Flavours of Canada

  • Hong Kong auction houses hope for a bumper autumn, despite economic jitters amid US-China trade war | Post Magazine | South China Morning Post
  • Inside a $446 million Hong Kong mansion that could break sales records | Business Insider

  • About 300 hectares of Hong Kong government land underutilised or vacant, study by concern group finds | South China Morning Post
  • RICS calls on Hong Kong government to invest more resources to increase land supply | MENAFN.COM 



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