"Friends of Sai Kung (FSK) is a not-for-profit community organisation which seeks to preserve and improve the quality of life of Sai Kung people and to protect the unique environment of Sai Kung for the benefit of Hong Kong and its visitors"


Friends of Sai Kung (FSK) came into being on 25 July 2007. It grew out of the Sai Kung Association formed on 27 February 2004 by the late Kevin Sinclair and Judy Love-Eastham. Judy agreed that, because of difficulties with contacting SKA office bearers in order to move forward, it was easier to register a new society with broadly the same objectives.

FSK held its first Steering Committee Meeting on 29 August 2007, its 2nd on 19 September 2007 and its 3rd and final meeting, at which the Constitution was approved and signed, on 19 November 2007. Committee meetings were held regularly during the year and the 1st AGM was held on 10 November 2008.

FSK is now entering a period of consolidation, concentrating on building up its local membership, engaging with the local community and working as closely as possible with local government and elected officials to achieve its Objects.


Friends of Sai Kung is a not-for-profit community organisation which seeks to preserve and improve the quality of life of Sai Kung people and to protect the unique environment of Sai Kung for the benefit of Hong Kong and its visitors.

Our activities include:

• Exhibitions, meetings, lectures, seminars, etc.,

• Collecting and disseminating information on all matters relating to quality of life in Sai Kung,

• Identifying worthy projects that will improve Sai Kung’s environment and implementing them.


To donate to FSK, please deposit funds to Bank of China (BOC) 012-617-00023319

FSK became a Hong Kong Registered Society on 25 July 2007.


In accordance with the Constitution, the full Committee will meet at least 6 times during one year term of office.

Please contact us for details of the next meeting.