Posts tagged environmentalist
My Ever-Changing Views on Everyday Activism

Back in April, I conducted a TEDx talk on the topic of Everyday Activism. I’ve always believed that individual actions—regardless of how small they seem—have the capacity to instigate widespread social change. However, as I begin to expose myself to articles covering the subjects of environmental justice and climate change, my views have grown increasingly unsettled.

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6 Places to Eat Authentic Vegan Dim Sum in Hong Kong

As a visitor of Hong Kong, one thing you must do is have a meal of dim sum. However, dim sum often consists of pork, beef, and various other forms of meat. In this post, I have compiled a list of all the best restaurants in Hong Kong that serve vegan dim sum options so you can check off all the items off your Hong Kong buckets list without compromising your dietary choices.

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5 Best Vegan Restaurants in Seminyak, Bali

Last Summer, I visited Bali and had the opportunity to try many of their wonderful vegan restaurants. Listed in this post are six of my favourites and the specific dishes I enjoyed. Bali is one of the best places to eat vegan food, so I hope that this post helps to narrow down the abundance of options.

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Using Poop to Grow Plants

One of the most intriguing speakers at the Green Fest was without a doubt the man who used his poop to grow plants: Cesar Jung-Harada. I had the honor of interviewing him for SCMP Young Post, and in the process, gained perspective on his take on environmental issues and what he’s doing to combat them.

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Are You Really an Environmentalist If You Still Consume Meat?

Studies show that meat consumption is the single greatest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, and as a result, climate change. Although I try to be inclusive with different methods of activism, one controversial question that has been stuck with me is: are you really an environmental activist if you still consume meat? In this post, I discuss my perspective on this issue.

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Embarking on a Zero Waste Journey

After working at Hong Kong’s first ever zero-waste bulk food grocery store, I was overwhelmed upon entering a regular supermarket. Here, I write about some realizations that I encountered through working in the sustainbility industry and my future plans to reduce waste.

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