Islam Demystified

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

This event introduces and simulates the central themes of Islam and its core principles – with a special focus on geo-historical events, in particular, the history and contemporary practices of Islam in Africa, a tour of the Mosque and halal eating concepts through an African Halal lunch!

HK$200

Chungking Mansions Tour Vol.17

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Some say it’s the only place that makes Hong Kong different from any Chinese city. A symbol for globalization, ‘home’ to many Africans and South Asians, a place Cantonese mothers warn their kids against. Chungking Mansions is a lot of things to different people. Join our tour to understand what this place mean for residents […]

HK$250

Networking Lunch @Africa Center Hong Kong Vol.14

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

An opportunity to network, co-create and exchange value with Africans and non-Africans over an African lunch buffet. Fee: 150HKD/person All are welcome!

HK$150

Africa 101| Democratic Republic of the Congo

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

An opportunity to finally get a more nuanced appreciation of Africa and Africans. In this weekly Africa 101 series we introduce individual countries/nations within the African continent as well as

Ambazonia : Africa’s lost paradise?

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

History of British Southern Cameroons from 1916 to 1972. The story of a democratic African state with full functional democratic institutions that experienced debates and peaceful transfer of power through free and fair elections but now faces a crisis. This will be a talk on the story of Ambazonia and their fight for self determination. […]

Free

African Literature Book Club #28 | She would be King

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

A safe space for Africans and non-Africans to connect and share value as well as learn each other's cultures through reading an African novel every approximately three or four weeks. All are welcome and can get to enjoy some free African snacks!

Free

Film Screening Vol.17 | dirty pretty things

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

The film screening initiative hopes to bring Africans and non-Africans together through watching films from Africa and the African diaspora. We then unpack the themes of the films together through a discussion at the end of each screening. Free entry but self paying late night African style snacks and drinks available!

Free

African Cooking Workshop – Kenyan Cuisine-

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

A hands-on African cooking workshop! Just the way our ancestors did it: a fusion of African traditional cooking techniques, story-telling and fun. Join with friends or come make new friends who have the same interests as you. We will taste throughout class and finish with a full meal!

HK$400

Jollof Rice Cooking Battle!

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Jollof wars! There seems to be no solution regarding which Jollof rice recipe is the best between the various West African countries. We think we found a way to resolve this war once and for all. Come have fun and be our judge as we resolve the conflict between Nigerian Jollof vs Ghanian Jollof.

African Dinner Meetup! (Egyptian Cuisine)

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

An initiative to create more opportunities for Africans and non-Africans to connect and share value through various African and African diaspora cuisines. Come build your network and enjoy some of our best dishes!

HK$200

Africa 101| Morocco

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

An opportunity to finally get a more nuanced appreciation of Africa and Africans. In this weekly Africa 101 series we introduce individual countries/nations within the African continent as well as

Reading Writing Resisting: Solidarity Beyond Borders

Africa Center Hong Kong 12/F, 21 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Au Loong Yu, Kaitlin Chan, Daniel Elam, and Yuli Riswati will discuss what political activism looks like in the form of books, 'zines, and writing collectives. Inspired by Frantz Fanon's political writings in Algeria and Steve Biko's anti-apartheid Black consciousness reading groups in South Africa, we will talk about what it means to write, read, […]

Free