RGS Lecture – Extreme Caving

On Tuesday 19 May 2009 THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY – HONG KONG is hosting  a presentation by Richard Gerrish on “Extreme Caving: Into the Deep”. It will be at  3/F British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, with a Drinks Reception at 6.30 pm followed by the  Lecture at 7.30 pm.

According to the promotional email:

We are delighted to welcome Richard Gerrish, a world-renowned cave explorer, to speak on “Extreme Caving: Into the Deep”. The world’s caves provide one of the last places on the planet where original exploration is still possible. During this lecture, Mr Gerrish explains his adventures in the extraordinary world of cave exploration. The lecture covers his 2005 expedition to Malaysia exploring the eighth longest cave system in the world and the discovery of the second largest cave chamber in the world. The talk continues with his exploration of deep caves in China in 2006 and 2007, where Mr Gerrish was part of the first descent of the world’s second deepest underground shaft and the discovery of the first 1,000m deep cave in China.

If you’re interested, the lecture will cost HK$100 for Members and HK$150 for guests and others.

Click here for The Royal Geographical Society – Hong Kong’s website.

About Neil Hambleton

I am a British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) Advanced Diver and an Open Water Instructor. I have been diving since 1992, after joining South China Diving Club (SCDC), which is a Hong Kong-based branch of the BSAC. Having moved to New Zealand, I am now a member of BSAC New Zealand.
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