Daisy Tam, an associate humanities professor at Hong Kong Baptist University,  also runs Hong Kong NGO Breadline, which distributes surplus food to people in need. Photo: Daisy Tam Dic-sze
Daisy Tam, an associate humanities professor at Hong Kong Baptist University, also runs Hong Kong NGO Breadline, which distributes surplus food to people in need. Photo: Daisy Tam Dic-sze

What The Parasite taught a Hong Kong professor about giving and taking, and food waste and redistribution

  • Reading The Parasite changed how Daisy Tam thought about human interaction and gift giving
  • She now runs Hong Kong NGO Breadline, which donates surplus food to those in need

Topic |   Books and literature
Daisy Tam, an associate humanities professor at Hong Kong Baptist University,  also runs Hong Kong NGO Breadline, which distributes surplus food to people in need. Photo: Daisy Tam Dic-sze
Daisy Tam, an associate humanities professor at Hong Kong Baptist University, also runs Hong Kong NGO Breadline, which distributes surplus food to people in need. Photo: Daisy Tam Dic-sze
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