this is the web page of

Tony Henderson

a humanist in Hong Kong


Humanist Association of Hong Kong


The main ideas of Universalist Humanism

1. placement of the human being as central value;

2. affirmation of the equality of all human beings;

3. acknowledgment of personal and cultural diversity;

4. tendency to the development of knowledge beyond that accepted as absolute truth;

5. affirmation of the freedom of ideas and beliefs;

6. rejection of violence.

social justice, non-discrimination, non-violence, co-operative systems, freedom of choice, freedom of belief, social activism.


the Humanist Association of Hong Kong is a member of...

Humanist International - International Federation of Humanist Parties

In 2012 I was elected team member of the International Humanist co-ordination committee


our personal works...

we work to humanize what is 'in here' as well as what's 'out there'

by offering

personal transformation by way of Self Liberation

series of retreats leading to study groups - so far in Hong Kong and the Philippines

enquire if you want to begin engaging in these retreats and studies on Self Liberation


In appreciation of tropical gardening and getting healthy ingrediants into the kitchen, we have:

muiwogardenkitchen ~ Neighbourly Garden Cookery in Mui Wo


Archive of Humanist Association of Hong Kong newsletters

Enter your email address to begin to Humanize Asia today! 


my Humanist BLOG




Universal Human Nation






other organs of the Humanist Movement


the Community

Convergence of Cultures



World without Wars and Violence




World Center of Humanist Studies




Globalization - new humanist view



Any questions? email: tonyhen @

Mobile: 90487639

Twitter: @tonyhen

Asia Editor of:



International Press Agency - IPA


Symbol of School


completed the Master course of studies under the Mental Discipline - 2011


also, Tony Henderson as writer, author of

Humanize Hong Kong

Even 30 years on, still many valid options, showing how the new humanism works to carry out the task

Published by: Humanist Association of Hong Kong, 1993
ISBN 962-7873-01-2

HK$20 locally

Softback, 320 pages



Tony Henderson's fictional title:

Collisions in the New Edo

a novel, the adventures of Chuddy in Tokyo town

Published by Omega Press, 1994
ISBN 962-7919-01-2 softback 214 pages

HK$20 locally



The Answer is a Circle

Asian travels in poetry and prose, 120 pages, Omega Press, 1997. ISBN: 962-7919-02-0, US$6 for hard copy or free download plain text

HK$20 locally


Yamabushi - the Third Force

by Tony Henderson

The esoteric way of spiritual development and the mountain recluse,

Internet version 206 pages, Humanist Association of Hong Kong

ISBN: 978-962-7873-03-7, US$15 for Print-on-Demand eBook Adobe Acrobat version


The Answer WAS a Circle

by Tony Henderson

...the sequel to "The Answer Is A Circle". Being, poems - if they be - and writings following the end of the '60s and early '70s, to the later '80s. 

Internet version 116 pages

ISBN: 978-962-7873-04-4, no-charge for download of Acrobat file of text but mail and handling charge of US$6 for Print-on-Demand eBook on CD



Walking Hong Kong to the Water

by Tony Henderson

a Hong Kong humanist's story on the development of the Humanist Movement in Asia - as far as this chap was concerned.

Internet version available without charge, 169 pages

ISBN: 978-962-7873-05-1, US$6 for Print-on-Demand eBook Adobe Acrobat version, on CD



Here & There in Japan

by Tony Henderson

Travels and experiences around Japan between 1972 to 1980, 127 pages
ISBN: 978-962-7873-06-8, US$15 for Print-on-Demand eBook Adobe Acrobat version, on CD



Hong Kong Gardening - Naturally

by Tony Henderson

A to Z of a home garden in sub-tropical zone Hong Kong with notes on lifestyle

HK$50 or US$6

CD ROM version for self print out

Published 2012 Humanist Association of Hong Kong - ISBN 978-962-7873-06-8



The Horse That Refused to Drink

by Tony Henderson

Looking at the mystical experience of conversion of the meaning of life through spiritual practices as found in Zen, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Silo School

CD-ROM version HK$50 or US$12 overseas. Plastic Backed Binding format HK$100

Published by Humanist Association of Hong Kong March 2012

ISBN 978-962-7873-08-2



Silken Threads

by Tony Henderson

An Alphabetical-Chronological Listing of Events, with Special Occasions, People and Circumstances, Relevant to the Development of China from Mid-1989, Looked at from the Stand-point of the People of Hong Kong in Particular.

Alphabetical listing includes Chinese journalists and writers and other intellectuals reported arrested or detained or otherwise troubled by 'Tiananmen'.

Published in Hong Kong 4 May, 2012, by Humanist Association of Hong Kong. Printed to CD-ROM.

ISBN: 978-962-7873-09-9