- Audrey Hom, a Form One student at Logos Academy, shares her thoughts on young entrepreneurship and how she was inspired by the world’s youngest tech titan
- With new episodes every Friday, this podcast features student hosts who tackle a new theme each month
Snack for the Soul’s theme this month is young entrepreneurship, so we’re talking to four students about why it’s important for youth to be part of making Hong Kong a better place to live.
In this week’s episode, Audrey Hom shares how she was inspired by Hillary Yip, the world’s youngest entrepreneur, who founded the language learning app Minor Mynas at the age of 15.
“In the technology field that is often dominated by men, it is possible [to succeed] even if you are just a child ... Hong Kong can do it, kids can do it, girls can do it and it’s truly possible!” said the Form One student from Logos Academy.
Tune into the episode to hear more of what Audrey had to say about how the teen entrepreneur inspired her to strive for success, regardless of her age or gender.
This is the last installment of the first season of Snack for the Soul. In these 12 episodes, we have covered topics such as going back to school, mental well-being and young entrepreneurship. The next season will start in January, where four students will talk about climate advocacy.
With Snack for the Soul, available on all of your favourite podcast platforms, we encourage you to give your eyes a break from the screens and tune in to hear the stories, reflections and opinions of our student hosts.
If you are a secondary school student based in Hong Kong and would like to be a host for our podcast, please fill out the application form here.