Masks

“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth.” Oscar Wilde

This week, we are wearing our masks– no tricks. The costumes are out and masking is a big part of the party. We wear them for fun and (more…)

Hike for Hong Kong

Hike or run the hills of Lantau Island to promote conservation with nine different virtual events ranging from a 2km walk to a 100km endurance race.

November is a month of action. “I randomly said one day that I want to finish a 100KM trail running route on Lantau Island to raise funds or (more…)

Stop the spread of disposable masks

Save 70% vs everyday single-use surgical masks. Disrupt with quality over quantity, reusable over disposable … naturally.

Save 70% vs everyday, single-use surgical masks. Disrupt with quality over quantity, reusable over disposable. Join community leaders who have already purchased their masks. Today we are nineteen (more…)

Hong Kong A-Z … naturally

Our original guide to natural life in the fast lane is filled with fresh contact details for local professionals, businesses and organizations with a wide and growing selection of products, services and programs.

From acupuncture to zero-waste and everything in between …  In our city where change is constant, the heartbeat directory is here to make everyday life a little easier … (more…)

Vision

“Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.” Jonathan Swift

This week, we reclaim our 2020 vision. A mere nineteen years ago today when email was still a new thing, I was clicking send on my new email (more…)

Leadership

“Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” Dwight D. Eisenhower

This week, we are in search of leaders. In the vast sea of information across diverging media, making daily decisions can be challenging. The leadership vacuum might be (more…)

Authority

“No man has any natural authority over his fellow men.” Jean-Jacques Rousseau

This week, we are questioning authority. Informed decisions are becoming a challenge. Confusion is growing as information becomes abundant. Access to straight knowledge without opinion is getting tricky. (more…)