Singapore and Hong Kong: A Tale of Two Cities in a Single Global Movement

Singapore and Hong Kong face many common challenges. One of the greatest challenges in the decades ahead pertains to an unexpected area – social entrepreneurship. The two cities are poised to make a significant contribution to promoting and supporting the development of social entrepreneurship, not only in their respective cities but in the region as a whole. Let us first of all look at some striking similarities and differences of the two cities in this area.

Timothy Ma of SCHSA wins 2009 Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award – Asia

Timothy Ma is one of the three winners of the 2009 Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award – Asia, presented by the Schwab Foundation. The Award ceremony was held at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Dalian, China, on September 10-12, 2009. Timothy writes of his experience in Dalian as follows.

Fair Trade for All – even for Your Family and Your Office

How fair is world trade today? Why do we need to support fair trade products, and how can we do so in Hong Kong? In this article, KK would like to encourage you to start buying Fair Trade products from now on, only on one condition - when he succeeds in enabling you to master the arguments for buying Fair Trade products so that you could convincingly explain them to every one around you.