Chen Huiwen

Hong Kong women face gender discrimination in the workplace and great expectations at home

rate:80

summary:there is still a stereotype on woman gender roles which is that women will be more suitable for taking care of families, which decrease the possibility of them shining in the workplace.

Show and case: How Beijing approaches gender equality and LGBT issues on the world stage

rate:80

summary:gender equality and lgbt issues still have a far way to achieve in China since the government just show the objection towards discrimination and violence based on sexual orientation and gender identity instead of great support.

10 companies tackling diversity and inclusion

rate: 90

summary: the diversity in gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexual identity and orientation is needed and helps many companies develop further.

The Growing Crisis of Mental Health

Rate:70

Summary: the situation of mental health in Hong Kong becomes more and more serious and there is a need to take measures.

In Sweden’s Preschools, Boys Learn to Dance and Girls Learn to Yell

Rate:80

Summary: the education about gender diversity from child and the guidance from parents and teachers are important.

Hong Kong education needs to be more inclusive for students enrolled in special needs schools

Chun Fai Ho

Rate: 90

Summary: the inclusive education in Hong Kong still need to be improved to achieve the true inclusion.

Building resilience into our food systems

Ng Yuen Sum

Rate: 80

Summary: it reveals the relationship between ourselves and the ecosystem.

Four ways Hongkongers can reduce the salt in their diets, and why we need to

Patrick Thomas

Rate:85

Summary:it gives suggestions for our reduction of sodium intake.

Food waste is the worlds dumbest problem

Zinei Sin Ni Ho

Rate:80

Summary: it reveals the real situation of food water in the global.

When voting rights didn't protect all women

Zinei Sin Ni Ho

Rate:80

Summary:it shows the history of women struggling for their right.