“Attention to health is life’s greatest hindrance.” Plato

This week, we are paying a little closer attention. Cracks are appearing in a world driven by growth for profit. There is an absence of health advice among favorites going viral. Light (more…)


“Let every man be respected as an individual and no man idolized.” Albert Einstein

This week, we acknowledge what is essential. Vital to life is the air that we breathe and breath has become our top priority. To control the spread of (more…)

The August calendar

SARS-CoV-2 shows no sign of magically disappearing and we encourage physical distancing. Follow the current guidelines, gather online and stay home as much possible.

Here’s what’s on in Hong Kong … naturally. #PleaseStayHome Take care of our essential workers who take care of us. Encourage physical distancing, follow local public health guidelines, (more…)


“The first wealth is health.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

This week, it’s time to step into our leadership role. We are in the best position to provide what is most needed now. Our priorities are shifting away (more…)

Mask up with care

Know the options and choose wisely and take care to use disposable masks only when necessary.

Wearing a mask everywhere doesn’t mean dropping used masks everywhere. On my morning walk down to the beach this morning, I noticed a startling new trend in this (more…)


An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage. Jack Welch

This week, we are learning about the healthy advantage. Not just a function of age or wealth, health is more about care. In the summer sun, it is (more…)

Get involved in animal rescue

Find out how to get involved in animal welfare in Hong Kong and experience the joy of contribution in exchange for unconditional love.

Step up and help our world — across all issues — beginning with our furry and feathered friends. Explore what might be lacking in our society in terms (more…)

Calm and clear

“The pursuit, even of the best things, ought to be calm and tranquil.” Marcus Tullius Cicero

This week, we are still learning. Clear skies can lead to clear thinking. Clear thinking can lead to calm being. A single point is being made over and (more…)