Welcome to Hong Kong 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 in Hong Kong.
This site provides open source resources for researchers and practitioners in food of all levels. Whether you are working for a food NGO, a researcher stepping starting your project on or a curious citizen, you will find useful information for your inquiries about Hong Kong’s food system.
Resources include analysis of sources from government, scholarly research, news articles & events as well as a list of research resources.
At Hong Kong FoodWorks we aim to create an accessible site for all who are interested in and wish to learn more about issues concerning food in Hong Kong.
Mart is a Principal at Droste, a Hong Kong-based data science consultancy he founded in 2014. As Principal, he leads their client engagements with a human-centred approach to data science.
Sherin Siew is a digital creative passionate about designing experiences bridging purpose, form and feasibility to create value for people and businesses.
Claudio Canzonetta is a business manager by trade, who spends most of his spare time supercharging Hong Kong NGOs and social enterprises. He is passionate about fixing our environmental crisis and helping his fellow humans to obtain adequate nutrition, health & shelter.
Arsen Soroka is a full-stack developer with 7+ years of experience. He worked in 2 companies and now is a self-employed professional working with individuals and agencies from the USA, Australia, Europe and China.
Tomas Holderness is managing partner of the Urban Systems and Environments Research Group, a worker-owned research cooperative based in London and Berlin.
Dickson Kwong has been working as a Senior Data Scientist in Information Technology and Utilities sectors since graduating with a BSc in Computer Science from University of Washington.
The founding director of transverse studio, Melissa Cate Christ is a registered landscape architect (Ontario, Canada) and a Research Assistant Professor of Design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). Melissa’s design research and practice explores mechanisms of critical intervention at the juncture of landscape, culture, urbanism, and infrastructure.