A social impact x travel enthusiast passionate in exploring the world and immersing myself in different cultures. Alongside my consultancy work, you can often find me exploring new cities, trying out local cuisines, and reading books on social innovation and sustainability to stay informed and inspired.
Upon graduation, I started my career as a travel journalist. Every time when I opened a map, I realized how small I am, and I hope to explore more and experience more in my lifetime.
India – Incredible lesson from the “poor”
Social innovation is an important policy dimension in addressing unmet social needs, with poverty alleviation being one of the focused areas in many parts of the world. In 2011, I...Read More
Timor-Leste – A story of Laclubar Coffee
Timor-Leste, the youngest country in Asia, is also home to quality coffee with a history that dates back to the 1800s. Throughout its recent history, Timor-Leste has suffered from disturbances...Read More
Estonia – The key of a smart city is its people
In 2016 and 2017, I had the privilege to travel to Estonia twice with VolTra, a registered charity in Hong Kong promoting international volunteerism, and during the first visit, we...Read More
Bolivia – The higher, the poorer
Bolivia, one of the poorest countries in South America, with a large percentage of its population living in poverty. One of the biggest challenges facing Bolivia is the lack of...Read More
Vietnam – From tourism to rural education
In 2015, I launched a travel campaign where we embarked on a bus journey from Hong Kong to Vietnam. It was a grueling 30-hour ride, but we finally arrived in...Read More
Cambodia – From a painter to a social business idea
How much would you be willing to pay for a painting? Well, it depends on various conditions, a painting at Sotheby’s might worth a few millions dollars, but a painting...Read More
“Experience, travel – these are an education in themselves.”
Therefore, I have been working hard to plan different social innovation trips and travel projects over the years, hoping to provide more opportunities for people of different backgrounds to explore more of the world.