Seven social enterprise founders and others who found ways to help their fellow Hongkongers in 2020
- Zimbabwe-born Innocent Mutanga, a former refugee who works as a banker for Goldman Sachs, co-founded the Africa Centre, a hub for people from the continent
- David Nesbitt set up a social enterprise bakery and coffee shops to employ special needs adults; Harrison Li’s diet change eased his eczema so he wrote about it
Hong Kong has had a tough 2020 as it grappled with the coronavirus and anti-government protests. But there have been many women and men from all walks of life who have made a positive impact.
These are some of the ones we wrote about through the year.
African banker invites Asians to change their views of black people
Inside the workshop of one of Hong Kong’s last erhu makers
The man helping Hong Kong’s special needs adults lead full lives
The model taking on Hong Kong’s prejudiced fashion world
The Hongkonger advocating sex rights for people with disabilities
Hong Kong’s most famous explorer hands over the baton
How a mainly plant-based diet eased one man’s eczema
Which stories mattered most to you in 2020? Find out with our Year In Review 2020 retrospective.