Sham Shui Po

Social Enterprise Bazaar
Date: 2017.04.30 (Sunday)
Time: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Venue: Lingnan Dr Chung Wing Kwong Memorial Secondary School
Theme: Remembering the community good time with neighbourhood passion

Jointly held by the Social Enterprise Summit, Link Up People and Lingnan Dr. Chung Wing Kwong Memorial Secondary School, the community project “Sham Shui Po Bazaar” is completed on 30 April for the third consecutive year. It brought innovative use of campus space as a community service platform, connecting teachers and students with stronger neighbourhood interaction.

This event aims to recall past feelings and community changes. There were more than 20 stalls in the bazaar mainly providing cheap and affordable lifestyle products and handicraft from business, school and social enterprises. The theme is related to tea culture and Yum Cha Together, a social enterprise that hosts tea events to inherit care and love to the community, is invited for sharing session. Students, parents, alumni and teachers from the school also supported the event with lion dance, magic and singing performances.

As part of the community initiative, SE Bazaar strives to connect the local community groups, businesses and schools with the neighbourhood in order to build a cooperative social network in the community.

 

School Talk
Date: 2017.07.10 (Monday)
Time: 8:30am – 9:30am
Venue: LKWF Lau Wong Fat Secondary School

Over 300 students from Long Kong WFSL Lau Wong Fat Secondary School attended a ​​school talk organised by​ Social Enterprises Summit (SES) on 10 July.​ Alan Cheung, Chair of SES 2017@Sham Shui Po, introduced the concept of social entrepreneurship and discussed ways to create social impact. He also invited two young social entrepreneurs todiscuss with students the possibility of achieving both commercial viability and social impact through social entrepreneurship.

Lawrence Lui​ from Longevity Design House share​d​ his​​ journey in tackling some daily issues faced by the elderly through interior design and products, while Jacky Kwok from Link Up People share​d the creation of community market and ​his reflections ​on​ youth​ social entrepreneurship.

 

Hackathon
Date: 2017.09.26 (Tuesday)
Theme: Tackling District Challenges through Inclusive Design and Collaboration