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BLOG – 51 NGOs Call Upon GovHK to Stop Ivory Imports/Exports

Today, a coalition of 51 NGOs coordinated by Robin des Bois and WildAid Hong Kong co-signed and sent a letter to Wong Kam-sing, Hong Kong’s Secretary for the Environment, demanding that the Hong Kong Government stop issuing any new import licenses and re-export licenses for pre-Convention elephant ivory.

What does this mean, and how might this action help save Africa’s elephants?


VIDEO – What Happened Next? The Occupy Central Movement: Then and Now

What happened next? Six months have passed since students and supporters alike of Occupy Central took to the streets to fight for universal suffrage. Cameos reflects on how opinions and things have (or haven’t) changed since.

At around the four minute mark, the film switches to scenes from the present day.

The purpose of the Cameos project is “to serve as a mirror – to reflect both the minute and the major consequentialities of the behaviour of individuals.” 


BLOG – International Pillow Fight Day Highlights, Part 1 of 2

Part 1. Click here for Part 2.

Hong Kong’s 2015 International Pillow Fight Day – the biggest ever – was featured in the Ming Pao, ITN, Buzzfeed, The Washington Post, NBC, CCTV, The Independent, NRT, Toronto Sun, Canberra Times, USA Today & Globe & Mail.

Reuters video

Many thanks to all who attended, especially to the Hong Kong heroes who helped clean up and to the police and LCSD for letting us have fun! Around 800 people attended this year.

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Post from RICOH THETA. #theta360 – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA


HELPERS – HK Domestic Worker To Conquer Everest Base Camp This April 2

Via HK Helpers Campaign

Discovery Bay domestic worker Liza Avelino will pack her specialist climbing gear next month as she heads to Nepal for a 22-day Himalayan trekking expedition up to Everest Base Camp. Liza will be raising funds for local NGO Enrich.

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BLOG – Hong Kong’s Kim Jong-Un Lookalike Hails Fellow “Dictator” Lee Kuan Yew

Hong Kong’s very own Kim Jong-un impersonator was ushered out of an event marking the passing of Singapore’s founding leader Lee Kuan Yew on Sunday. “Kim” took to the stage as hundreds of Singaporeans gathered at Central Plaza to watch a live-stream of Lee’s funeral.

In an effort to subvert the outpouring of positive coverage surrounding Lee’s passing, the Kim lookalike declared the former prime minister the “world’s greatest dictator” amid angry heckles.

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