A worker at the Grand Hyatt Hotel packs up excess food to give to a charity. Photo: Nora Tam A worker at the Grand Hyatt Hotel packs up excess food to give to a charity. Photo: Nora Tam
A worker at the Grand Hyatt Hotel packs up excess food to give to a charity. Photo: Nora Tam
Thomas Tang
Opinion

Opinion

Thomas Tang

How Covid-19 offers Hong Kong a chance to tackle food waste and poverty

  • Food that is edible and nutritious is often still thrown away, but it can be rescued and given to vulnerable communities
  • It is sad that Hong Kong tolerates so much urban poverty among disadvantaged groups who should not be overlooked, let alone suffer from hunger and want

A worker at the Grand Hyatt Hotel packs up excess food to give to a charity. Photo: Nora Tam A worker at the Grand Hyatt Hotel packs up excess food to give to a charity. Photo: Nora Tam
A worker at the Grand Hyatt Hotel packs up excess food to give to a charity. Photo: Nora Tam
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Thomas Tang

Thomas Tang

Dr Thomas Tang is CEO and founder of PJ Sustainability Consulting Limited.