Local Goods Made From Local Trash
With his cleverly upcycled products and workshops, Hong Kong-based Kevin Cheung is seeking to solve his city’s urgent waste issue, and urges us to think twice before we dump our stuff.
The man behind a plethora of enterprises in Hong Kong’s nutrition industry, Locofama Group founder Larry Tang takes us down a deeply personal journey which began when his father was diagnosed with cancer.
Introducing foreign products to a local market can be a challenge. Bangkok-based foodie and entrepreneur Nicolas Vivin is taking it one step further, asking local Thai producers to turn their hand to traditional French delicacies.
Feeling mentally polluted by the hustle of city life? We chat with Clare Lim of pioneering movement studio SharedSpace as she introduces us to a new approach that increases strength and flexibility in both body and mind.
This week, former BBC presenter and Bafta-Award-winning filmmaker Bruce Parry jetted to the urban jungle of Hong Kong in partnership with Hive Life to premiere his latest, very personal project, the documentary film Tawai.
Introducing Hong Kong’s newest and most innovative eco-festival, GreenFest, a youth-orientated event held on Hysan Place’s rooftop farm that aims to arm the next generation with the tools to make a greener world.
Hong Kong’s music festival with a sustainable focus is back with a new venue, bigger lineup, more stages and zero waste. Here, co-founder Florian Melinette talks alternative music, gong baths and solar-powered stages.