(Matt Carroll interviewed by Roselyn Du and her students at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2018)
Matt Carroll was in Hong Kong in October 2018. He was invited to be a keynote speaker for the week-long Pulitzer Prize Winners Workshop (PPWW) held at Hong Kong Baptist University. The rooms where he spoke were always more than full, with some people having to stand at the aisles or sit on the floor.
According to the WWF, Hong Kong citizens consume 65.5 kilograms of seafood each year making it three times more than the world’s average.
In 2017 alone, the fishing industry produced approximately 127,600 tonnes of fisheries believed to be valued at $2.6 billion.
In recent years, however, the Hong Kong government has implemented a number of measures to help promote the conservation of fishes and other marine life animals.
In her 2018 policy address, Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong stated that the government hopes to establish a platform to clean the shorelines in a bid to help protect marine animals and their environment. But, Mr. Chen, a shop owner at a fish market, disagrees with Mrs. Lam and believes that “eating fish has become [part] of Hong Kong’s culture” and that it “maintains the livelihood of many Hong Kong families”.
People love buying hyped sneakers because of its appearance. Therefore, the sneaker resell market become more bigger in recent years. And people start to earn money from this new trend. Do you want to join the trend and earn some money? I will analysis the data from StockX and tell you how to earn money from this new market! Continue reading “How people earn money from reselling hyped sneakers?”→
Hong Kong esports athlete, Lo Tsz-kin won a gold medal at the Asian Games 2018. However, since esports are not recognised as an official sport in Hong Kong, he is not eligible to receive the $400,000 cash award as other gold medalists under Athlete Incentive Award Scheme.
Reported by Ng Uen Man Florence, Wan Tsz Wing & Kwong Ka Yu
In spite of a steady increase of registered readers of Hong Kong public library, both numbers in of visitors and books lent are lessening. As we all know, the main function of a library is to open for books lent. In other words, the reducing number of books lent reflects that the effectiveness of Hong Kong public libraries is weakening because people no longer borrow books from public libraries constantly. Among 82 public libraries in the city, 80 of them are facing a significant decrease of visitors. The whole picture might possibly relevant to a brand new reading habit – Ebook.Continue reading “The effectiveness of Hong Kong public libraries is diminishing”→