The scientific team of the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macau is pleased to inform you that its « Science Rendez-Vous » is about to be launched at a local French restaurant « Chez Patrick Deli » early next month.
Dedicated to a large audience, these monthly talks aim at taking part in the dissemination of scientific culture in Hong Kong. Through informal talks and exchanges with the audience, renowned experts from France or Hong Kong will popularize a large variety of scientific topics.
« Science Rendez-Vous » will stay close from topical issues and will keep an eye on ground-breaking discoveries made by French or local teams as well as teams working in cooperation between the two countries.
The talks will be given in English in the following format: 30 minutes speech usually without any PowerPoint presentation followed by a Q&A session fostering interaction between the speaker and the audience.
By partnering with the restaurant « Chez Patrick Deli » who will host these « Science Rendez-Vous » at its Deli restaurant Brim 28, we hope to turn these learning moment into convivial evenings while having the possibility to enjoy the French gastronomy at the same time (cheese and cold cuts platters with a glass of wine, for instance).
If you want to subscribe to our mailing list whereby information will be given regarding these events, please email us by mentioning « Subscribe » in the email title.
Around 10 days before the « Science Rendez-Vous » , an e-invitation will be sent with the subject of the next discussion and the link to book the number of places required. The number of tickets will be limited to 60.
You will soon find out more information regarding these « Science Rendez-Vous » on the French Consulate General’s website as well as in the French Gazette of the consulate next week.
Where: Chez Patrick DELI BRIM28
When: Once a month
Address: Chez Patrick Deli, Brim28, 1F Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wanchai.
For more information or to subscribe to the mailing list please feel free to email us. This event is free and consumptions have to be paid directly to the bar.
Justin Monier, Scientific Officer in Hong Kong
Julie Metta, Scientific Officer in Hong Kong
Isabelle SAVES, Attaché for Scientific & Academic Affairs