Consulate General of Sweden in Hong Kong

SwedCham Hong Kong – a business platform where Swedish and Hong Kong interests meet.

http://www.swedenabroad.se/hongkong

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Event Details

Dancing, flower crowns, games – it's time for the Swedish Midsummer celebrations at PMQ on Friday, 10th of June!


Join Team Sweden (SwedCham, the Consulate General and Business Sweden) and seize the opportunity to experience a traditional Swedish midsummer celebration.


The celebrations start at 3 PM and will continue until 9 PM. Activities include:


- Swedish maypole dance

- Swedish traditional music performance

- Flower crown making

- Kubb game

- Three cheers for Alfie Atkins! Exhibition and reading corner.

- Fun stations by Swedish companies


No admission fee is required. Invite your friends and family to enjoy a day filled with fun and traditional activities with us!


The social distancing rules and regulations are easing but SwedCham is closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation. Health precautions and social distancing measures will be observed.

Corporate Opportunities

We are inviting your company to take part in the Midsummer celebration. We are not looking for sponsorships, but rather collaborations.


If you want to participate, the best way would be to set up a small fun station, where you can arrange games, activities or exhibits to showcase your sustainable and family-friendly corporate culture. Items can be sold and your company logo can be displayed, but keep in mind that it is not a business to business event. Please also note that any costs for setting up and operating the fun station will be borne by the participating company. 


For more information, please contact Eyrekr Leung, Senior Communication and Promotion Officer at the Consulate General of Sweden.

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Venue

Venue

PMQ
35 Aberdeen Street
Central, Hong Kong SAR (China)

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For additional event or venue information, please send an email to sia@swedcham.com.hk

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