The Consulate General of Ireland works to promote and protect Irish interests in Hong Kong and Macao, whether it is working with the Irish community and wider stakeholders, promoting Irish economic interests or supporting the strong bilateral partnership between Ireland and the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macao. At the Consulate, we work closely with the Embassy of Ireland in Beijing and with Irish state agencies to promote trade, tourism, and inward investment. We seek to build on the long-standing ties between Ireland and Hong Kong, dating back some 200 years. We are fortunate to have a vibrant, longstanding community which has been actively promoting Ireland for many years, by building economic connections, promoting Irish culture, and creating a positive image of Ireland in Hong Kong and Macao. The Consulate is committed to supporting and engaging with the Irish community and wider stakeholders on a wide range of issues.
Ireland plays an active role in the world and we make valuable contributions to international affairs through our involvement in multilateral organisations and initiatives. At the heart of our efforts in the Consulate General is the simple mission: to promote and protect the values, interests and economic well-being of Ireland and its people, all while building on our strong bilateral relationships with Hong Kong and Macao.