Author: Go.Asia

HONG KONG – Design Thinking Boot Camp I JUNE 2018

Organisation: Jockey Club CarbonCare InnoLab Details: This incubation programme, spanning eight months, provides intensive coaching to guide incubates through a process from ‘Conception’ to ‘Realization’ of their green projects. You can jam your ideas with other participants during the CarbonCare InnoFest, build your dream team at the Design Thinking Bootcamp, receive coaching from professionals on Lean Startup techniques, test your product with a trial grant and pitch for a kick-start fund at the end of the programme.   Dream Big and Make Solid Steps: Design Thinking Boot Camp (1) Date: 26/5: 10:00am-6:30pm 27/5: 10:00am-6:00pm Venue: 9/F, THE WAVE, 4 Hing Yip...

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Jamie Oliver says #AdEnough of junk food marketing

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver launched an anti-junk-food marketing campaign, #AdEnough, to protect kids from adverts for food and drink products that are high in unhealthy fats, sugar and salt. Jamie Oliver explained, “If kids are constantly being targeted with cheap, easily accessible, unhealthy junk food, just think how hard it must be to make better, healthier choices. We have to make it easier for children to make good decisions. These ads undermine any positive work we’re doing in schools or at home to tackle the rise of childhood obesity. Currently, there’s nothing in place to protect our kids from...

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GO! The Millennials study anywhere in Asia

To those was born in the 70s & 80s, it is common for Asian people to graduate from universities in the U.S.A, United Kingdom or Australia. Nowadays, the scene has changed to the Millenials. In fact, there is an enormous choice of universities in Asia with thousands of scholarships awaiting your applications. In case you think these treasures do not belong to you, you’d really miss a lot. Seize these golden opportunities by applying one year ahead of the beginning of the course you feel interested. Most Valuable Scholarship Programs in Asia  Students usually look for a university in...

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Hospitals Beyond Boundaries – A Social Health Enterprise widespread from Young Talents in Malaysia

Hospitals Beyond Boundaries (HBB) was founded in 2012 by a group of young students in Malaysia driven by a mission to help build hospitals where they are needed most. As a registered non-governmental organisation in Malaysia. The co-founders,  Dr Mohd Lutfi Fadil Lokman and his classmate Dr Wan Abdul Hannan, wish to establish the Social Health Enterprise Model(SHE)  in healthcare business so as to provide free medications and consultation beyond boundaries. Malaysia ranks in 6th of the Youth Mobility Index(YMI) by DotAsia, demonstrating advantages over Sustainability factor in Well-being emphasis and also leading in Education workforce over Startup Mobility. Believe...

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Hong Kong – Kids4Kids Sharing for a Cause (SFAC) campaign I May 1-31

Organisation: Kids4Kids Details: As a Hong Kong based non-profit organization, Kids4Kids aims to develop social awareness and responsibility by providing platforms that empower kids to enact positive change in their community. This year, Kids4Kids is hosting its 8th annual Sharing for a Cause (SFAC) campaign and DotAsia Organisation is proud to be one of the supporters of literacy development and creative childhoods. An official collection point will be set up at DotAsia office from May 1 – 31, 2018. All donated books will help build mini libraries in Kids4Kids’ local community center partners, and benefit regional communities in need via Crossroads Foundation....

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