We went to Kennedy Primary School and gave a talk to 300 students to teach them the basic information of sharks, what difficulties they are facing and how to help them. We truly hope they could understand and would support us!
We went to West Island School and gave a talk to 190 students on the 10th March. We hope they could understand the importance of shark conservation and would like to join our army soon!
Shark fin soup: a dangerous delicacy for humans and sharks alike Hong Kong’s shark fin trade is still robust, even given recent scares over unsafe mercury levels. But public attitudes towards consumption are slowly changing Jarred fins available in a pharmacy Photograph: Lauren Smith Lauren Smith It’s early February two days before the Chinese New…
4 ambassadors from Clearwater bay Primary School has held an event at their own school. They collected signature to urge Cathay Pacific to stop shipping shark fins. Also, there was a small exhibition to educate their fellow schoolmate the importance of saving sharks.
Our Fundraising event, Cocktail for change, has been successfully held on the 9th March. We were glad that more than 180 guest enjoyed them enjoyed themselves with the delicious cocktails and canapes throughout the evening. The auction was a great success and we managed to raise $HKD300,000!
HKSF joined the event, Agent for Change, held by EFS in February. In March, EFS reported this event in their newsletter and mentioned HKSF. 900 primary students participate in Agents of Change Conference The 2nd “Agents of Change” conference was successfully held on Friday, 26 February 2016, at Kowloon Junior School. The event gathered representatives…
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We had three sections of storytelling on the last Sunday and shared the adventurous story of Shark Stanley with around 60 kids. We hope they all enjoyed!
Ecozine has just interviewed Hong Kong Shark Foundation from looking at shark finning and how our atitudes and our culture in HK are changing towards this horrendous practice, but how we still have much more to do. To see the whole article, you may click the following link: http://www.ecozine.com/article/dying-for-fins
Thank you to The Ocean restaurant for purchasing corporate tickets to our coming fundraising dinner held on 9 March. Looking forward to seeing you all there! For others who would like to join, please refer to the following link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1507203832933541/