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BBazaar is a subordinated Social Enterprise under The Boys' Brigade Hong Kong since 2018. We bring together independent handicraft workshops and liaising graphic and product design services.Aiming at nurturing underprivileged youngsters talented in art and design, we provide job opportunities and on-the-job training to facilitate their ability and skills
Our beliefs:To promote integration between the locals and minoritiesTo elevate self-efficacy of locals and minorities mums by encouraging them through careerTo create unique working experiences for the womenBusiness Description:100% natural, additive-free handmade productsProvide South Asian snacks and drinksOffer career training and job opportunities for lo
To Co-create fashion design & production platform link with young fashion designers and the reemployment tailor masters, offers equipment and workshops to promote "Hong Kong manufacturing" to help sustainable industry development.To promote the use of new fashion technology and upgraded materials, zero waste design and low carbon production tec
Lin Heung House is a place for the public to get a brand-new scent-making experience with their bare hands and 5 senses. We hope to promote the appreciation of nature and cultural diversity with a mission to build a more harmonious community. Local ethnic minority groups will join us to develop new products and scent-making programs such as Masala Chai, Mosq
Eldage is an online platform developed with an initial aim to promote local tradition and culture (both tangible and intangible) and encourage inter-generational communication (especially between people from the pre-internet era and digital age) through discovering people with craftsmanship, curating their stories of handicrafts, and co-creating communites w
Trial and Error Lab is a new form of vocational service launched by Breakthrough, which aims at young people who aspire to join the local cultural and creative industry. By means of a co-working space, training workshops and other creative programmes, we walk along young people (16-35 years old, particularly those who are less academically inclined