Ronnie Chan, chairman of Asia Society Hong Kong, says he has wanted to leave his role since 1999 but also intends to leave the society in good financial condition – something it is struggling with. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ronnie Chan, chairman of Asia Society Hong Kong, says he has wanted to leave his role since 1999 but also intends to leave the society in good financial condition – something it is struggling with. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ronnie Chan, chairman of Asia Society Hong Kong, says he has wanted to leave his role since 1999 but also intends to leave the society in good financial condition – something it is struggling with. Photo: Jonathan Wong

What does the future hold for Asia Society Hong Kong, under pressure from zero venue rental revenue and local political divides?

  • Chairman Ronnie Chan and executive director Alice Mong talk about the past, present and future of the society as it reaches its 30th anniversary
  • Because of Covid-19 and cancellations due to last year’s social unrest, there has had to be a lot of belt-tightening

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Ronnie Chan, chairman of Asia Society Hong Kong, says he has wanted to leave his role since 1999 but also intends to leave the society in good financial condition – something it is struggling with. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ronnie Chan, chairman of Asia Society Hong Kong, says he has wanted to leave his role since 1999 but also intends to leave the society in good financial condition – something it is struggling with. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ronnie Chan, chairman of Asia Society Hong Kong, says he has wanted to leave his role since 1999 but also intends to leave the society in good financial condition – something it is struggling with. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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