RIBA launches Hong Kong chapter
Group has over 600 members in China
The RIBA has launched a chapter in Hong Kong to cater for the 600 members there and in mainland China.
RIBA president Angela Brady, who has flown out to Hong Kong to launch the new chapter, said: “Hong Kong is a perfect base for the RIBA to build upon our existing relationships, explore new ones and promote the important role of architecture throughout the wider region.”
Brady, who is visiting Hong Kong and Shanghai as part of separate missions with UKTI and RIBA London, said it was aiming to introduce the RIBA part 3 in the former British colony next year.
The interim chair of the new chapter is John Campell a director with Farrells’ Asian arm TFP Farrells.