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HKIDA Golf Tournament and networking event

by Sophie Cullen on Mar 30, 2016 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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To celebrate its 25th year, Hong Kong Interior Design Association (HKIDA) recently held a golf tournament for its members

Serving to foster professionalism and design excellence, develop codes of conduct, engage in research and education and initiate regional competitions, HKIDA is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2016. To commemorate this, the organisation recently held a Golf Tournament and networking event at Hong Kong Golf Club.

Steve Leung and Kinney Chan

Steve Leung and Kinney Chan

60 players from Hong Kong and beyond enjoyed the tournament under perfect weather, including Patrick Leung, Steve Leung and Kinney Chan from Hong Kong; Chen Hou Fu from Shenzhen; Xiao-aibin from Shanghai and Wang Ming Chuan from Taiwan. The 18-tees tournament began right after the Tee off Ceremony by HKIDA Chairman, Antony Chan.

Over 60 players took part in the event

Over 60 players took part in the event

The following day, 40 interior designers from Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Taiwan visited Steve Leung Designers, PAL Design Consultants Limited, Ronald Lu & Partners and William Lim Gallery where they had the opportunity to participate in sharing sessions on the theme "The Future of Oriental Design".

HKIDA chairman Antony Chan teed off the event

HKIDA chairman Antony Chan teed off the event

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