SWEA is a non-profit global network with over 6,000 Swedish-speaking women in more than 70 chapters in over 30 countries. SWEA Hongkong constitutes a social network for many Swedish women and is regularly organizing activities and events of various kinds like hikes, excursions and dinners. Members also have access to lectures, webinars and interest groups hosted by other chapters around the world. SWEA has for many been an important support for establish themselves in a new place.



Bulletinen is a non-profit publication in Swedish for the Swedish speaking community in Hong Kong. Its content is a mixture of updates and event notifications, as well as features and reports on topics and happenings that are relevant to the Swedish speaking community in the region. Bulletinen is published with 6 issues per year, subscribing is free, and the publication is available both in print and digital.


Church of Sweden

The Church of Sweden currently lacks representation in Hong Kong. Until 2020, the Church of Sweden had a priest positioned in Hong Kong, decisions regarding future presence in the region are yet to be made by SKUT (Church of Sweden Abroad).



Among student circles, the Swedish Culture Association is an active alumni network with Young Professionals from Hong Kong and Macau with previous educational experience in Sweden. Likewise, the Swedish Society of Hong Kong University is a local student organization aspiring to promote Swedish culture and build a local network.