All-Party Parliamentary China Group
The purpose of the All-Party Parliamentary China Group is:
- To ensure parliamentarians are kept well informed on China, and to act as a platform for discussions on all issues of importance to the UK-China relationship.
Officers (updated from June 2016 annnual general meeting of the APPCG)
Hong Kong sub committee chair
- Lord Timothy Clement-Jones - Liberal Democrats
- Geoffrey Clifton-Brown - Conservative Party
- David Hanson - Labour
- Alex Salmond - Scottish National Party
- Lord David Steel - Liberal Democrats
- Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh - Scottish National Party
- David Simpson - Democratic Unionist Party
- Craig Williams - Conservative Party
- Nigel Evans - Conservative Party
- Roger Godsiff - Labour
- Stephen Hammond - Conservative Party
- Mark Hendrick - Labour Co-op
- Robert Jenrick - Conservative Party
- Jeremy Lefroy - Conservative Party
- Chris Leslie - Labour Co-op
- Angus MacNeil - Scottish National Party
- Alan Mak - Conservative Party
- Jason McCartney - Conservative Party
- Madeleine Moon - Labour
- Will Quince - Conservative Party
- Geoffrey Robinson - Labour
- Julian Sturdy - Conservative Party
- Michelle Thomson - Independent
- Yvonne Fovargue - Labour
- Catherine West - Labour
- Mark Hendrick - Chair
- Nigel Dodds - Vice-Chair
- Madeleine Moon - Vice-Chair
- David T. C. Davies - Vice-Chair
- Lord Clement-Jones - Vice-Chair
- Emma Reynolds - Treasurer
- Lord Cotter - Secretary
- Lord Nat Wei - Vice-Chair
- Lord Brian Cotter - Vice-Chair
- Iain Stewart - Vice-Chair
- Robin Walker - Vice-Chair
- Heather Wheeler - Vice-Chair
- Mark Garnier - Vice-Chair
- From 19-26 February 2011 some members of the group visited Hong Kong. All costs were met by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (registered March 2011).
- £10,000 from GKN plc, and £5000 from City of London (registered April 2011). £5000 from London Export Corporation Ltd and £10,000 from John Swire & Sons (registered May 2011). £10,000 from GlaxoSmithKline (registered July 2011). £10,000 from Astra Zeneca (registered July 2011).
- The group’s chairman visited China from 29 July to 26 August 2011, assisted by the following: London South Bank University covered the cost of return flights from London to Beijing; Huawei covered the cost of two football tickets and hospitality for the Italian Super Cup final at the Beijing Birds Nest Stadium on 6 August 2011; Confucius Institutes Headquarters (Hanban) covered costs for accommodation, Chinese language training including a Chinese language course, and general expenses from 29 July to 26 August 2011. £5000 from Arup. £5000 from University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (Registered September 2011). £10,000 from HSBC (registered October 2011). £5000 from University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (Registered November 2011). Free upgrades on flights were provided (at a cost of approximately £13,040) by Virgin Atlantic when members of the group visited China from 16-23 December 2011 (registered January 2012).  
These organisations paid the APPG:
- City of London - £5,000 (27/03/2015), £5,000 (08/04/2016)
- Visit Britain - £4,500 (20/03/2015)
- Arup - £5,000 (11/06/2015)
- John Swire and Sons - £10,000 (02/06/2015)
- China Britain Business Council - £4,500 (08/07/2015), £4,500 (25/02/2016) 
Benefits in kind
- The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office registered in June 2015 that it had paid (in bands of £1,500) £10,501-£12,000 for a visit to Hong Kong for the group on March 22 2015.
- The Institute of Director's City Branch paid (in bands of £1,500) £4,501-£6,000 for the group's annual dinner. (July 2015)
- HSBC paid (in bands of £1,500) £1,501-£3,000 for a UK-China Business Lunch. (August 2015)
- The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office paid (in bands of £1,500) £103,501-£105,000 for a visit to Hong Kong from 25-29 January 2016. 
- June 29: Annual general meeting & briefing from UK ambassador to China.
- May 4: APPCG meeting on 'the UK-China strategic partnership: mapping out Britain’s relationship with China'. Speakers include Prof. Kerry Brown (director, Lau China Institute at King’s College, London), Jeanne-Marie Gescher OBE (former Legal Advisor to successive British Ambassadors in Bejiing), Prof. Danny Quah (director, Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre at LSE).
- March 21: APPCG members briefing on Hong Kong and the Sino-British Joint Declaration. Speakers include Jonathan Fenby CBE (co-founder and managing director of the China team at Trusted Sources) and Isabel Hilton OBE (CEO and Editor, chinadialogue).
- March 9: APPCG meeting to discuss the rule of law in China (in cooperation with the Human Rights APPG and Rule of Law APPG).
- March 2: APPCG members briefing from H.E. Liu Xiaoming, Chinese Ambassador to the UK.
- February 25: APPCG meeting to discuss 'the growth of aviation in China and how the UK can benefit'. Speakers include: Jeegar Kakkad,, Mark Johnson, Richard Tams (executive vice president, greater China, British Airways), Jiang Sunan (minister counsellor for science & technology, Chinese embassy).
- February: APPCG annual Chinese new year reception. Sponsored by VisitBritain and the China-Britain Business Council (with support from InvestUK and Wei Yang & Partners).
- January 20: APPCG meeting on 'The Story of China' with Michael Wood, co-hosted with the BBC.
APPG China Group Coordinator, Office of Richard Graham MP
Address: London SW1P 0AA
- APPCG | Officers, APPCG.org.uk, accessed 11 November 2016.
- China APPG, Register 28 April 2016, parliament.uk, accessed 11 November 2016
- APPCG | Members, APPCG.org.uk, accessed 11 November 2016.
- Register of all-Party parliamentary groups (as at 28 April 2016), Parliament.uk, accessed 11 November 2016.
- China APPG, parliament.uk, accessed 22 April 2016
- APPCG | Past events, APPCG.org.uk, accessed 11 November 2016.