Hong Kong Public Affairs and Social Service Society

Hong Kong Public Affairs And Social Services Society (HKPASS) was first founded by LSE over 10 years ago, and has since expanded across many other universities in the UK such as Kings College, Imperial, Exeter, Bath and Bristol.

HKPASS is a non-profit making, student led society. As the name suggests, we aim to promote the importance of public issues regarding the social, economical and political concerns of Hong Kong, China, and other parts of the world.

We also aim to increase community involvement amongs the students by contributing to the local community in HK through the organization of different social services and activities.

We (Soton) are thrilled to be a new addition to the HKPASS family (since 2014), and anticipate a wide array of events to take place the coming year.

We would very much appreciate any suggestions and improvements we could make to render a smooth and successful establishment at Southampton.

Feel free to contact us via this email: sotonhkpass@gmail.com The 2019-2020 Executive Committee Members: President: Janice Chu External Vice-President: Sam Woo Internal Vice-President: Cherry Au Public Affairs Officer: Katie Cheng Social Services Officer: Charmaine Ng Secretary: Matt Chan Treasurer: Justin Chan.

About Hong Kong Public Affairs and Social Service Society

Membership Fee Information

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, paid memberships are not available to purchase until further notice

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Hong Kong Public Affairs and Social Service Society this year are:

  • Hung Woo
    External Vice President (EVP)
  • Cheuk Au
    Internal Vice President (IVP)
  • Man Chu
  • Book Cheng
    Public Affair Officer (PAO)
  • Tsun Lui
    Public Relations Officer
  • Hong Chan
  • Cheuk Ng
    Social Service Officer (SSO)
  • Justin Chan

Health & Safety

All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Hong Kong Public Affairs and Social Service Society are available to view below