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m-Chinese Solution Limited was established in 2017. It received funding from the Technology Start-up Support Scheme for Universities (TSSSU@HKU) in 2018 for commercialization of mLang and expansion of the scope of its professional support program. The scaleup aims to bring high quality service to more users, particularly second language teachers, in a self-s
To Co-create fashion design & production platform link with young fashion designers and the reemployment tailor masters , offers equipment and workshops to promote "Hong Kong manufacturing" to help sustainable industry development.To promote the use of new fashion technology and upgraded materials, zero waste design and low carbon production te
"neoi5 zoeng3" aims to empower the underprivileged women through engaging them in economic activities of development, production and sale of fusion sauce.Training in sauce production, packaging and marketing skills will also be provided. The trained grassroots women will be able to produce a wide range of fusion sauce for sale at community stores,
Cooked food bazaars which offer customers a variety of delicacies and spectacular dining experience are a part of Hong Kong’s local culture. Building on its experience in launching a government-approved cooked-food bazaar in Sham Shui Po during Lunar New Year in 2017, StrEAT will provide consultancy services to NGOs and share its experience on license
ASD Life and Career Planning Pilot Project provides a personalised life and career coaching course at a discounted price to autistic youth from low-income families. By adopting the principles of Guide Participation from Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) and Career Guidance as curriculum framework, this all-round course covers four major elements -
Trial and Error Lab is a new form of vocational service launched by Breakthrough, which aims at young people who aspire to join the local cultural and creative industry. By means of a co-working space, training workshops and other creative programmes, we walk along young people (16-35 years old, particularly those who are less academically inclined