Sustainable Future, Hong Kong Tales
Taste of the day:

"The destruction of the social mechanisms that link one's contemporary experience to that of earlier generations, is one of the most characteristic and eerie phenomena of the late twentieth century."

The Age of Extremes, Eric Hobsbawm

Issue: #038
Issue: #038
Issue: #038
Issue: #038
Issue: #038
Memorial Screening: The Wright Chronicle
03:30 - 05:30 p.m.
The Special Exhibitions and Events Gallery, Hong Kong Maritime Museum (Central Pier No. 8, Hong Kong)
The Diarist's note
7 December 2018
Teresa Tsui Wai-shan isn’t the first urban farmer we feature in Urban Diary.  She is one of a growing number of young, college-educated urbanites who gave up stable office jobs for farming.  With conserving nature and promoting the local-food movement in mind, and attracted by the freedom and honesty the land offers, we have seen more and more highly educated urbanites turn to farming.     Teresa started as an officer in Hong Kong’s oldest environmental group, The Conservancy Association, and came into contact with farmers beca
Chloe Lai
Chloe Lai
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Urban Diary is a non-profit initiative. We promote sustainability through narrating community stories, building digital databases, and organising community events. Cities are multi-layered and multifaceted and we use text, audio, illustrations and moving images to capture its complexity. In Urban Diary, we believe that people’s everyday tales are pivotal to comprehending cities and to building a sustainable future.

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