At the turn to 70, KK initiates his new big idea "ImpactMakers 70x70". In 2018, he will recruit 70 ImpactMakers to work with him on the Ten Big Projects for the next ten years. Here are his ambitious goals -
(The article is in Chinese only) The past decade has seen vibrant and progressive development in the local social entrepreneurship sector. KK summarizes the key learning and paved way for the 10 years to come.
For the past few years, Education for Good has been pioneering social entrepreneurship education and have mentored and supported a number of social entrepreneurs to launch social ventures. It is time to create a brand new platform to support a network of social-purpose organizations to scale their individual operations and create collective impact - and it is the DreamImpact 「夢創成真」 project.
(The article is in Chinese only) Education for Good published a book on Belt and Road - and how the younger generation can best involve in it - recently. Here is KK's prologue for the book: What would KK do on Belt and Road if he is 23 now?
The global B Corporation movement is gathering momentum and is likely to produce a major transformation of businesses around the world in the decades to come. ‘business as usual’ is no longer an option, and there are now many initiatives and movements globally to reform and transform the capitalist enterprise. Nevertheless, the B Corp movement stands out as one of the most effective means to re-shape the entire business world as a force for good.
(The article is in Chinese only) Will B Corp become the most significant social innovation in the 21st Century? Since the inception of B Corp movement 2007, the global Certified B Corp community has already grown to almost 2,000 enterprises from some 50 nations, across 130 industries. How has the B Corp redefine business success and its responsibility?
Can Hong Kong become the regional leader and the Social Enterprise Capital of the Far East? KK presents both For and Against arguments in this article -
Following KK's article on Gap Year earlier, which spurred discussion amongst the readers, a book on Gap Year experience is eventually born - let's look at Kenny Cheung's story so far.
A ‘gap year’ can take place at any point of one’s life -- as soon as the decision is made that ‘I will take a year of my normal study or work life and devote it to pursuing something that I value and enjoy doing.' Previously most gap years are taken between high school and university; but nowadays, gap years are taken by people of different ages, from undergraduates to graduate students, young working adults to mid-career executives, even people close to retirement. How can gap year change your life? See the excerpt of Harvard's article -
This a the title of a book KK bought in China a couple of years ago - the insights have driven KK to initiate a number of talks bearing this title for different audiences. Here is the gist -