Dream Riders planned to cycle from Chengdu to the Everest Base Camp via Tibet, a challenge of approximately 3000 km long journey. Po Leung Kuk and the Charles K. Kao Foundation for Alzheimer’s Disease Limited are the beneficiary of this event with target of not less than One Million Hong Kong dollars fundraising and arousing public awareness of Alzheimer's disease.
In times of the proliferation of "alternative truth" and position-led facts, we, CitizenNews, hope to decode the complexities of current affairs; we want to tell the truth. Our mission is to build a new strategic platform for press freedom and the grooming of young journalists. We need your support! We hope CitizenNews will be funded by our citizens. Through crowdfunding, we plan to raise HK$3 million for our operation this year.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Handover, PEN Hong Kong will publish an anthology of essays, short stories, poems and cartoons by some of Hong Kong’s brightest creative minds. The book’s working title is Hong Kong 20/20: Reflections on a borrowed place. Each piece will offer a unique and personal commentary on the city's past, present or future. PEN Hong Kong is dedicated to defending freedom of expression and celebrating the written word. We hope this book will spark a conversation about one of the world’s most dynamic cities, and also become an important and timeless body of work.
However far you run, what you can see ahead is endless pitch darkness; what you can hear is silence. How would you find it to run in such a condition? Choi Ho-leung, a member of Fearless Dragon Running Team with severe visual and hearing impairment, is reliant on his hearing aid. Since the device is not water proof, he has to put it off when he goes on a run. Like other deaf runners who wear hearing aid, Ho-leung hopes to equip himself with a deaf-aid device that can withstand moisture such as sweat and rain so that they will be able to enjoy the real fun of running, and hear the applauses all the way. Would you help?
My name is Kat. At 15, I sold my body to survive. Kat is just one of many young Hong Kong girls who, due to life circumstances, entered prostitution as a means of survival. It is 2017, as Hong Kong becomes more affluent, these girls become more and more left behind. Keys for Girls campaign hopes to crowdfund Financial Assistance Scholarships for as many as 20 local young girls like Kat. Through education, our goal is to unlock doors of opportunity for these girls, to improve their future outlook, empower them to change and nurture their potential as young females.
This project is to preserve several thousand unique, historic, and culturally significant color negatives shot in the People’s Republic of China. In 1984 and 1985, when many areas were not yet open to most foreigners, I photographed Guangzhou, Hainan, Beijing, Wuhan, and other places in the PRC. These images are not a comprehensive documentation of life in the PRC, but an honest, intimate and personal portrait of newfound friends and intriguing sights during a period of innocence, mutual curiosity, and openness just prior to an overwhelming cultural convergence. These are images of China on the Edge of Modernization.
Hello everybody, We are from Project WORKS. We know the challenges, difficulties and great pressure facing our youngsters today. For this reason, we would like to make a difference. A program will be conducted to promote something worthy in life through sharing and music jamming by visual impaired musicians and mainstream schools students. We are now conducting fund raising program for this project. We wish to have your support. Thank you very much. Owner Project WORKS
Sick of the air pollution and congestion in Hong Kong? Want a more affordable and convenient solution for your first and last mile destination problems? Enter Gobee.bike. As Hong Kong's first station-less and cashless bike sharing service, we are here to improve the quality of city living for the local population. Within two taps, users can locate a nearby bike and ride to any destination of their choosing. Because our smart bikes are dockless there is no need to return the bikes to where you found them. To help improve our level of servicing, we are seeking to raise more funds to increase the size of our free-floating fleet. The equation is simple: the more bikes we have on the road, the more accessible it will be for everyone and together, we can help lower the carbon footprint and make for a greener Hong Kong.
"Zero Noise" Movie Project is about the story of a local indie band - Zero Noise. We hope this movie can arouse the resonance among the youngster or the audience and let the audience know more about the difficulties with the development and the story of local indie band. Also, we hope the movie can truly reflect the real side and the difficulties encountered by local music and local band development in Hong Kong, and we also hope that more people will raise the awareness to the local indie music.