© 2019 The 11th Annual Alcoholics Anonymous Hong Kong International Convention

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Celebrate AA-HK's Golden Anniversary at the
Hong Kong International Convention



26 & 27 October 2019

Convention Hours:
26 Oct, Sat: 8.30AM - 5.30PM
27 Oct, Sun: 8.30AM - 5.30PM


Convention Venue:

THE HUB Hong Kong

1F Fortune Building

150-158 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

Banquet Venue:
The Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hotel

209-219 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai

Overseas visitors seeking hotel recommendations please email sarolinehk@outlook.com


In celebration of the 50th anniversary of AA-HK, the 11th annual Hong Kong International Convention provides a special weekend of fellowship with dynamic local and international speakers, workshops and panel discussions.  


It’s a time to revitalise your programme, focusing on working through the 12 Steps.


For visitors to Hong Kong, it is a wonderful time of year to discover and explore the many sites of Asia’s World City, including the beautiful outlying islands for hiking and outdoor activities, downtown shopping districts and specialty markets, and amazing food.

With Alanon participation.



We are aware that events in Hong Kong have been in the news worldwide.

The Hong Kong 50th Anniversary AA Convention is being held as planned.

We look forward to welcoming you to Hong Kong.



Convention ticket, Banquet, 
Donation to support a newcomer and carry the message





Saturday night, 26 October 2019
6.30 - 10.30pm

The Gazebo Restaurant,

The Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hotel



Donation to support a newcomer and carry the message


*If you would like to pay via PayMe or WeChat Pay, please contact Adrian directly: +852 6926 7212



Mildred F, Canada

Mildred F. is from Toronto and has been sober 46 years “searching, as I see it now, for the Spirit… really Carl Jung’s observation about all alcoholics.” Her journey includes 15 years in a convent, “drunk but seeking”, after which she “learned about life on the street and skid row.” Marriage to a psychiatrist simply made life worse. In despair, she decided to take her life and had a dramatic spiritual experience. She has spoken at the AA International Convention and is a well sought-after speaker: “The principles of AA – this is my life.”  

Bonnie C, Canada

Bonnie C is 21 years sober, and has been in recovery in Canada, Asia and Singapore. She “started recovery with little hope”, but has trudged the road to happy destiny with God and Service, constantly holding service positions throughout her sobriety. She has spoken at conventions in North America and Asia. Sponsored by Mildred F. 


Yolanda S, New Zealand (from South Africa)

Yolanda has nine years sobriety. Originally from Cape Town, she emigrated to NZ in 2004, and in September 2010 began her “exciting journey of transformation in AA.” She was a member of the working group that started “The Language of the Heart” – a women’s group in central Auckland. “This is my home-group, my mainstay and it is here that I have learned that the pathway to spiritual growth is paved with solid service.”

Jodi W, New Zealand

Jodi got sober in Ventura, California, in 2001. Originally from Australia, she moved with her family to NZ in her teenage years. On returning to NZ in 2006 she has been an active AA member of the Mt Eden Morning Group. “Working the 12 Steps of AA for 18 years has both changed my life and saved my sanity. I have found my Spiritual home in Alcoholics Anonymous.”

Raj, India

Raj M got sober in 1985 in New Delhi, India. In his 34 years of sobriety he has witnessed AA grow tremendously in his home country. In 1987, he started a Big Book study group in New Delhi “which is still alive and doing well!!” Raj has attended meetings around the world, and his service has included being “involved with conventions and workshops all over this country for the last 30 years.”

Tom, Thailand (from USA)

Tom A is 53 years sober. “I sobered up in Los Angeles. My first meeting was at the Los Feliz Young People's group, one of the first young groups in the world.” He has lived in Mexico, Spain, the United Arab Emirates and Thailand, participating in AA in all of those countries. On his service work he quite simply says, “I have served in nearly every office within AA.”