Last Thursday, Banyan Workspace arranged for our team and members to spend an afternoon at the Feeding Hong Kong facilities in Yau Tong. It was a fantastic opportunity to see with our own eyes the incredible work that they do ensuring our city’s excess food is distributed to those in need instead of ending up clogging up our landfill. The 3-hour session included a tour of the facility, an introduction to Feeding Hong Kong’s story and mission, and a stint on the production line!
This year, many of us are feeling an overwhelming need for an extra sparkly, fun-filled and over indulgent Christmas. Fear not, we CAN have all these things while keeping our precious planet and home safe! Check out Banyan’s list of our favourite gift ideas for this festive season.
This month sees the launch of our exclusive collaboration with Hong Kong’s top sustainable chef, Tom Burney, as he hosts a series of private fine dining experiences at Banyan Workspace. Recently, I sat down with Tom to chart his rebellious journey from dreadlock-sporting snow-boarder to one of the city’s most in-demand private caterers.
As the one year anniversary of the launch of Banyan Workspace approaches, co-founder Amy Shroff traces its roots back to the beginning and considers how its emergence onto Hong Kong’s coworking scene reflects a change in the nature of business today.
Last week, the Banyan Workspace team had the privilege to visit the new P. C. Lee OneSky Global Centre for Early Childhood Development. Banyan Workspace has been closely aligned with OneSky from the very earliest days of its inception, as our founders Amy and Rasheed have been longtime supporters of this amazing charity. As one
Banyan Workspace would not be the amazing place it is to work without its dedicated team of professionals behind the scenes, and our Head of Operations, Hilvin, is one of our most critical players. She lives and breathes our core values of Sustainability and Giving Back to our local community, as is evidenced in her latest home project.