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The first vegetarian restaurant in the university headed by the former executive chef of Harvester, Bijas offers pay-by-weight buffet-style meals in line with the food wise concept. Besides, it offers a green dining environment where chandeliers are made with wasted plastic bottles, wall panels timber with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certificate, and ba
Biohap, made in Hong Kong since 2017, is a supplier of 100% plant-based biodegradable and compostable foodservice products such as hot/cold cups, lids, deli containers, cutlery, plates, bowls, lunch trays and paper bags. Products are made from all natural materials (bamboo and cornstarch), oil & water resistant, microwave and oven safe.
Bling aims build self-confidence, self-esteem and social recognition of the unemployed and rehabilitated youths through art-and-design-related trainings and practicing. The youths will learn skill sets related to art and design and mural painting, and will work as tutors for guiding and teaching elderly as well as SEN students to complete artworks. Moreover,
The Boys’ Brigade, Hong Kong is a Christian Uniformed Group established in 1959. For over 56 years, we served more than 13,000 members, with Companies set up in churches, secondary schools, primary schools, kindergartens, special schools and youth centres all over Hong Kong. These Companies gather once a week, to train teenagers and children through Ch
Established in 1972 as a non-for-profit medical organization, United Christian Nethersole Community Health Service (UCN) is a sub-organization of United Christian Medical Service. (United Christian Medical Service is a sister organization of Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital and Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital.
The Counselling Centre aims at providing professional psychological counseling services to youngsters and their families, to help youngsters to cope with frustrations involved in growth, calm down their emotions, alleviate their pressure, strengthen their ability to solve problems and seek improvements, thus leading to personal growth.
Through retail bookshops, we hope to provide lifestyle products to customers, including books and stationery; support fair trade, respect local culture, encourage creative design, practice 'Walk for a good life' through daily consumption and service different customers and groups.