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Green Monday Farm Market
Date 日期:  27 Sep 2021
Time 時間: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Venue 地點: K.K. Leung Concourse, K. K. Leung Building, Main Campus
Summary 內容: Music & Sharing | Local Produce | Seedlings Giveaway | Edible Spaces Tour & Workshop

Support your locally grown, seasonal, fresh fruits and veggies or sustainable, organic products as well as the various HKU-homegrown herbs! Bring your own reusable bag and get ready to shop for some fresh veggies.  The Market also features a lunchtime sharing session alongside a music performance addressing the arts and culture and the agriculture of the community in the traditional villages of Hong Kong.

Date: 27/9 (Mon)
Time: 12:00 - 15:00 
Venue: K.K. Leung Concourse, Main Campus


12:00  15:00Farm Market (Local produce, seedlings giveaway, workshops)

12:30 - 14:15
Language: English
Herb Garden Tour & DIY Workshop - Mini Herb Planter  (HKU Edible Spaces Ambassador)

Session 1
(12:30 - 13:15)
Online Registration (For HKU student only)

Session 2 (13:30 - 14:15)
Online Registration (For HKU student only)

Free of Charge!

13:00 – 14:00
Language: Cantonese (Simultaneous Interpretation in English will be provided upon request)                          
Lunchtime Sharing Session:「由村校校歌重溯的源」(藝術家史嘉茵及「香.校變奏」參與者)



Online Registration (For HKU staff & student only)

14:00 – 15:00
Language: English
Sharing on Sustainable Lifestyle (Sammie Ng, the founder of Green Peas)

Tips for you to start a more sustainable lifestyle such as reducing one’s waste or eating more plant-based foods.




HKU Edible Spaces

Hong Kong Organic Farm 香港有機農場
Green Peas An Instagram account set up by Sammie and her friends during her time in HKU. Initially starting with posts giving tangible tips for students who wish to start a more sustainable lifestyle such as reducing one’s waste or eating more plant-based foods, Green Peas has evolved to include more sharing of ideas through book/ film reviews, mini-essays and ad-hoc book clubs. Some of the topics Green Peas is currently interested in include degrowth, urban agriculture and food justice.