No people so few in number, have scored so deep a mark in world’s history as the Scots have done.

– Victorian historian James Anthony Froude

The Hong Kong St. Andrew’s Society dates back to 1881, to the early years of Hong Kong as a British colony and the list of previous Chieftains includes many of the great characters that have made Hong Kong what it is today. Our Milestone moments bring the rich past of this community and the city itself, to life.

While Hong Kong is our home, for the long or short term, the Society allows members to come together to celebrate a common affinity with Scotland, our culture and our heritage.

Today, the following office bearers have been entrusted with running the Society, and meet at least every two months (except for the summer):

Ms Fiona Cheng


Mr Andrew Weir

Vice Chieftain

Dr Lindsay Porter


Mr David Batchelor


General Committee

Ms Patricia Byott

Mr Oliver Li

Ms Wendy Cramond

Mr Robbie McRobbie

Mr Bobby Tsang

Mr Donald Greig

Mr Adrian Mowat

Ms Kate Wyllie

Mr Chris Hancorn

Mr Calum Murray