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Talk: "Food and Our City"

@School of Everyday Life

Event description:

In a city like Hong Kong, it is easy to become preoccupied with our busy, fast paced lives and neglect one of the most basic, but important issues of our life: food. Rather than being concerned with where and how their food is grown and produced, city-dwellers are leaned towards convenience. In this event, participants will be able to stop and rethink about our relationship with our food, and what we can do to re-build awareness in our community as well as practically alleviate problems associated with the commercial food system, right here in Hong Kong.


We will be sharing views regarding these issues in a talk hosted by School of Everyday Life.

The following speakers will provide their respective experiences based on their expertise:

Andrew Tsui, Rooftop Republic Cofounder


As well as speakers from:

Land Justice League, and

Tin Shui Wai Community Development Network.


  • Saturday 23rd June 2018, 14.00-15.30


  • Cantonese



  • Free! However please do click here to register:

Also part of the same series is another talk on the 24th, where Incredible Edibles Todmorden, a group of advocates from the UK who have built a self-sufficient food production community, will be sharing their unique experiences and their visions. Don't miss out!

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