The Annual St. Andrew’s Ball 2017

  • When:
    Saturday, 25 November 2017, 6:30pm - 1:00am
  • Where:
    Pudong Ballroom, 3/F, Kerry Hotel Pudong, 上海浦东嘉里大酒店3楼浦东大宴会厅
    1388 Hua Mu Lu, Pudong
  • Price:
    Starting from RMB 1,380 per ticket. Details can be found below.

Platinum Sponsor

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Entertainment Sponsor                                    Beverage Sponsor    

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Wine Sponsor                                                   Beer Sponsor   

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Partners                                                      Media Partner

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In-kind Sponsors


Price Details 

Special Offer for Young Professionals (30 and under): RMB 1,000 / Ticket (please provide a copy of your ID while making the booking)


Price (RMB) / Ticket

*Early Bird Price (RMB)/ Ticket

Members (table, start from 20pax)



Members (table,  start from 10pax)



Members (individual)



Non-members (table, start from 20pax)



Non-members (table, start from 10pax)



Non-members (individual)



*Early Bird Prices are available for those who book and pay before 1pm, Fri 29 Sep 2017.

Please download the booking form at the bottom of the page.

Kerry Hotel Pudong is offering British Chamber members special room rates available from 23 to 28 November. Please see the reservation form for details.

The Chamber is inviting members and friends to celebrate the Scotland’s national day with us on our annual St Andrew’s Ball on 25 November.

Join us for a night of fun-filled Scottish tradition, from haggis, neeps & tatties to wee drams of whisky, live Ceilidh music, bagpipes, traditional dancing and much more. Book now and enjoy one of the biggest Scottish parties in town! This event is open to both members and non-members. 

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Dress code: Kilts or black tie.

Funds raised on the evening will be donated to our selected charity, Home Sweet Home Shanghai

Home Sweet Home has been active in Shanghai for more than 11 years. They help homeless and/or disabled people reintegrate into society through a two-year residential training and work programme.

The Chamber will support Home Sweet Home through the purchase of a new embroidery machine, which will be used to help the young people at HSH learn new skills and enable HSH to produce more items for their customers, which will help make HSH more sustainable.

Sponsorship opportunities are available, contact James Dunn for more details. 

Please click here to refresh your memory from the previous Ball>>

Event contact

Lucy Ye
+86 21 6218 5022