Event Review | Annual General Meeting 2021 & BritCham Summer Drinks


On the 8th of June 2021, BritCham held its Annual General Meeting at the Temple House Hotel, Chengdu. The event reviewed the past year and saw talks from special guests. We also welcomed new and returning board members to the Executive committee.

Course of Events


(1.) Address by Mr Stephen Ellison-Consul General, British Consulate-General CQ

Following the opening remarks, we saw an address from Mr Stephen Ellison, Consul General from Chongqing, who provided insight into current British-Sino relations and emphasized the opportunities for the business community within the current climate. 

(2.) Chairman’s Report by Mr Matt Ryan, Chairman of BritCham SW 2020-2021

Managing Director Mavis then gave the BritCham operations report, detailing the Chambers events and projects of the year, as well as informing members of the recent change of office.

(3.) Operations Report by Ms Mavis Yang, Managing Director of BritCham SW China

Managing Director Mavis then gave the BritCham operations report, detailing the Chambers events and projects of the year, as well as informing members of the recent change of office.

(4.) Position Paper launch by St. John Moore, Chairman of Britcham China

Chairman of Britcham China, St. John Moore then joined us by video call to present Britcham’s 2021 Position Paper, a report putting forward the voice and concerns of the British business community. 

(5.) The official announcement of the 2021 -2022 Executive Committee

At the end of the meeting, we officially announced the new executive committee members. Each board member was given 2 minutes to introduce themselves and their ideas to the members.

Please meet our Executive Committee

Welcome our new Executive Committee for 2021-22. Thank you to all Members who attended the AGM.


Following the AGM, Jing bar,  The Temple House hosted the BritCham summer drinks event. The event gave members and non-members alike the opportunity to come together and meet with the new executive committee.

It was a busy night at a beautiful venue with a suprise serving of Pimms – a classic British summer drink.

It goes withought saying – a big thankyou to The Temple House who hosted both events.