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HK FoodWorks

A website dedicated to the discussion of Hong Kong Food System. By food system we mean the way that food is produced, distributed, consumed and the waste disposed of.

3600 Tonnes Daily

In Hong Kong, food is the largest waste category, constituting almost 40% of our waste. Everyday, approximately 3600 tonnes of food gets thrown away, equivalent to the weight of 250 double decker buses.

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Haul collected by volunteers and Breadline

Technology for Good

How do you design technology for good? Breadline is not only a webapp that collects surplus food for the poor, it’s also a tool that encourages participation and enables individuals to work together independently.

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Poster showing Daisy Tam speaker at 'Misplaced' by Livin Farm

Our Dystopic Food System

Our dystopic food system produces both both hunger and excess, a logic so contradictory that seems only possible in dystopic futures of cyber punk fiction.

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K11 Webinar Rethinking Culture Through Urban Agriculture

Rethinking living with urban agriculture

In every crisis there is an opportunity, and now is the time to rethink what living could mean if we were to put urban agriculture on the agenda. Growing food in the city is not a return to the past, it is a vision of sustainability and resilience.

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HK's first public digital food rescue platform