| The Hong Kong Association of Massachusetts is a member of The Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide, a unique network of 33 Hong Kong Business Associations in 24 countries with over 10,000 individual associates. HKAMA partners with HKTDC and HKETO to provide an effective platform for members to network and exchange information, thereby, generating business opportunities for each other.
Below are links to important business, arts, news and student organizations.
Student Association Links
Hong Kong Trade Development Council - A trusted online sourcing platform that connects over 120,000 credible suppliers verified by renowned authentication companies. Established by Hong Kong Trade Development Council, this site attracts over 800,000 worldwide buyers to source products and services provided by China, Hong Kong, and Asian suppliers.
Hong Kong Trader - Monthly newsletter from HKTDC
Harvard Business School Association of Hong Kong (HBSAHK) - has been active in Hong Kong for over 20 years, bringing together alumni both from the MBA classes and all the executive education programs. All alumni are welcome to join the club for no fee simply by attending a club event
Government of the Hong Kong SAR- GovHK is the one-stop portal of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government, making information and services of the public sector easier to find and use. (hyperlink to http://www.gov.hk/en/residents/)
Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide - The Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide is a unique network of 33 Hong Kong Business Associations. These Associations were started by overseas traders, buyers and professionals, who have strong business links to Hong Kong in their respective countries, for the purpose of networking and exchanging of business information and ideas
National U.S. Hong Kong Business Association (NUSHKBA) - NUSHKBA was formed to facilitate and assist with the development of Member Organizations and promote the development of new Member Organizations throughout the United States.
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Hong Kong Tourism Board - The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is tasked to market and promote Hong Kong as a travel destination worldwide and to enhance visitors' experience once they arrive.
Hong Kong Arts Development Council – The mission is to plan, promote and support literary, performing, visual arts, film and media arts.
Hong Kong Film Development Council – The HKFDC advises the Government on the overall policy and strategy for the short and long term development of the local film industry.
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Boston University Hong Kong Student Association - The Hong Kong Student Association of Boston University celebrates the Hong Kong culture as well as the diversity at the university. We aim to create a friendly and diversified environment for the student body and especially those from Hong Kong.
MIT Hong Kong Student Society (HKSS) – HKSS is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1981. The objective is to provide a communication and social network both inside and outside MIT for our members and those who are interested in Hong Kong culture.
Tufts University Hong Kong Student Association - The Hong Kong Student Association of Tufts University.
Harvard Chinese Students and Scholars Association (HCSSA) - a student organization dedicated to the goal of promoting social, intellectual and cultural activities for Chinese students and scholars at Harvard University as well as other interested members in the Harvard community.
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Ming Pao - Since the launch in 1995, Ming Pao Daily News, has been providing the most credible global Chinese news. Ming Pao Daily News Web site is a large-scale comprehensive portal now has 30 independent thematic websites, covering news, current affairs, finance, health, education, science and technology, tourism, entertainment, life and other topics.
Sing Tao - a newspaper in Hong Kong, China covering local news, sports, business, jobs, and community events. This newspaper is owned by Sing Tao Ltd. The web site is presented in the Chinese language.
The Standard – a free newspaper that has evolved into a powerful, influential medium in Hong Kong with a diverse audience. The popular daily publication reaches 479,000 readers and has an audited circulation of 224,128 copies a day.
The South China Morning Post - Hong Kong's premier English language newspaper. First published in 1903, the South China Morning Post has been delivering authoritative, influential and independent news and analysis on Hong Kong, China and the rest of Asia.
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