While the social entrepreneurship sector has made remarkable progress in recent year, KK has a big plan to announce - he is setting up the Education for Good CIC to spearhead innovation, scalable educational and training programs contributing to the development of social entrepreneurship and social innovation.
KK introduces Karen Tse, an exemplary social entrepreneur who founded the International Bridges to Justice and managed to change the fate of millions who face human right abuses in Asian countries.
KK attended the MaD (Make A Difference) 2012 over the weekend. Here are the insights he learned -
When growing number of organisations in Hong Kong introduce mentorship schemes in recent years, KK would like to share his experience in "Adopting a Mentor" -
KK interviewed Claudia, a HKU student who happened to have completed a short course on social entrepreneurship at Brown University.
Ming Wong, the Vice-Cair of Social Investors Club, published a series of articles on the development of social entrepreneurship in SCMP recently. Here are some of the articles for HKSEF supporters.
After attending the International Faculty Seminar on Teaching of Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Texas, KK writes an open letter to the Vice-Chancellors of Hong Kong universities.
Consumption has been the fuel that has driven the engine of global capitalism. The recent financial crisis has seen the West's leading economists and policy makers urging Asia to make a conscious effort to consume more and thereby help save the global economy. Consumptionomics argues that this blinkered view needs to be replaced by a more rational approach to the challenges of the 21st century. See how KK recommends this book -
Denis Chang, Senior Counsel in private practice, or you might call a “past half-time” newcomer to social entrepreneurship as a civic movement - shared his multidimensional thoughts on social entrepreneurship.
The Social Enterprise Coalition has named Blue Sky as the Social Enterprise of the Year for England 2011. Blue Sky was started as a business with one, clear, social objective – reducing re-offending - which has driven us since day one. Read their story and KK's insights for Hong Kong's social enterprises -