Division of Artpac Solutions Asia Limited est. 1991

We are officially a Green Organization in Hong Kong!
The Environmental Campaign Committee has certified us for our effort put towards waste reduction and recycled product procurement.
Actions speak louder than words! Go one step forward to a greener planet!

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adan support pink day breast cancer
Everybody at Artpac looked all rosy last Friday as more than half of our team put together their cheerfully pink outfits in supporting the Cancer Fund Pink Revolution campaign. Look how fabulous everyone was!

According to Hong Kong Cancer Registry, breast cancer is currently the most common disease among women in Hong Kong. The number of patients is, unfortunately, growing over recent years and reducing the number of people presenting to care at a late stage is crucial for an effective treatment. To that end, we would like to join in making more people aware of this detectable and curable disease, as well as to support all fighters of breast cancer out there.

Join us in supporting the cancer fighters by donating on the campaign page on The Hong Kong Cancer Fund! For as little as HK$120, The Cancer Fund will send a Pink Recovery Pack to the bedside of a breast cancer patient recovering from surgery. These packs will provide them with information and items to ease their anxiety and discomfort, together with a guide to walk them through the treatment process.

Our Adan team of four spent a delightful and empowering afternoon visiting one of Fu Hong Society‘s residence. Located in Sau Kei Wan, Priscilla’s Home of Fu Hong Society is home to around 15 adults with moderate intellectual disabilities and a training centre for other users with autism or developmental delay. Having no previous volunteer or everyday experience with them, we did not know exactly what they would need. However, thanks to the thoughtful help of the staff and the active spirit of the residents there, very soon after we arrived our concern was proven unnecessary.

Each of us was assigned to spend time with one resident in the common area of the hostel. We couldn’t expect how energetic and giggly they were – rounds of tossing and fetching balls; tucking in and removing coins from a box and all we saw were huge satisfied smiles on their face. Besides, their creativity is beyond our imagination – what can you do with a set of mahjong tiles? Build a tower (then knock it down and stack again)!  They were brilliant in reinventing games with stuff we already had, using their sense of creativity to their advantage. The truth of the matter is that you don’t need much stuff to enjoy a lot of games.

And there comes the most exciting part of the day – we went for strolling in a gorgeous park near by! Some of them were true affectionate people and enjoyed us holding their hands while we had a leisure walk. Others were more carefree and showed more love to their afternoon snacks. 🙂 Their smile is priceless!

Outdoor activities like strolling in a park are what the residents of Fu Hong Society most excited about. But because of limited volunteers available, they can only manage to do it once a week. If you want to give them some support, do sign up to be a volunteer.

Fu Hong Society was founded on a mission to provide day care, individual rehabilitation and development, psychiatric and community support in Hong Kong since the early 70s.

Our Greenovation team of three volunteered last Friday afternoon at the food bank warehouse of Feeding Hong Kong in Yau Tong. Feeding Hong Kong’s contributions in reducing local food waste are noble. The Food Bank receives primarily drinks, including bottled water and juice boxes, and a small quantity of inglorious food.

On the day of volunteering, we first categorised the food and packed them according to their ‘used-by’ and ‘best-before’ dates before they could be redistributed to various NGOs throughout Hong Kong.

Sorting and packing food at Feeding Hong Kong

Feeding Hong Kong is the only food bank in Hong Kong. The food bank aims at reducing food waste through collecting donations of surplus food, including “inglorious” food – food items that are approaching their expiry date – and redistributing them soon enough to other end users. Food waste contributes almost half of the total of 6.45 million tonnes of waste in 2009 in Hong Kong, according to SCMP.

We’d like to give Feeding Hong Kong our support not only because it effectively contributes to food and resource redistribution, but also to the reduction of burden on the landfills – precisely the spirit of Greenovation! If you also like to give them a hand, sign up to be a volunteer here.

Team Adan volunteering at Feeding Hong Kong

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