Where to Eat, Play and Buy for the Lunar year, Changing the World by Consumption

Where to Eat, Play and Buy for the Lunar year, Changing the World by Consumption

HONG KONG, Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Stepping into 2020, Tithe Ethical Consumption Movement (TECM) organized by Fullness Social Enterprise Society (FSES) is entering its 9th Anniversary. The organizer aims to drive more awareness and support to the sustainability of social entrepreneurship in Hong Kong, while TECM enhances the notion of “Change the World by Consumption”. To start the year, TECM will be collaborating with various social enterprises in arranging various workshops and bazaars for the public to enjoy.


After 8 years of hard work, along with the support from the government, corporates, social enterprises, volunteers and consumersTithe Ethical Consumption Movement has successfully incorporated over 200 social enterprises in town in promoting ethical consumption as well as helping the socially vulnerable.

By extending the momentum from 2018, TECM has kicked off the new year with the theme –  “Where to Eat, Play, Buy Well for the Lunar Year” along with a media preview by inviting media and KOL influencers for a workshop hosted by social enterprises (SE) under the St. James’ Settlement. The enterprises include the GroundWorks, a SE which supports local farming and handcrafts; and “Share Moments” Cafe, a SE which promotes healthy eating. Under the chef from GroundWorks, not only that the media were able to learn about how to make peanut candy through the workshop, they were also introduced the idea of making conscious consumptions at social enterprises as they prepare for the Lunar Year.

To know more, please like the Facebook page of Tithe Ethical Consumption Movement and keep a close eye on what local social enterprises have to offer during the Lunar New Year. After the Lunar New Year, TECM will continue its work by partnering with various local SE and organizations and will be launching different promotion campaigns. Be sure to check out their social media platforms in case of missing any of it.

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“Share Moments” Cafe

“Share Moments” Cafe launches its first “Lunar New Year Pun Choi”, bringing a twist to the traditional celebration plate. Using the Japanese Dashi broth as the base while adding 14 different freshly selected ingredients including roasted poussin, black tiger shrimps, scallops, Japanese Cha Siu, yam fishballs, Japanese fishcakes, etc, giving the traditional plate a daring twist. Without adding MSG and with low salt, sugar, and oil, chef from the cafe wishes to shake the stigma off greasy Pun Choi, providing a healthier option to the market. “Share Moments” Cafe has different traditional snacks, including curry fishballs, Siu Mai with Fish, and faux shark fin’s soup. There is also the new Miso bakes drumstick.

Lunar New Year Pun Choi (8-10 servings)

Takeaway: $988up/ In-shop Lunch: $1,488up
Launch Period: 3rd February to 29th March 2020
Booking Hotline: 9062 8345

Ordering before 24th January enjoys early bird discount
Address: 74 Stone Nullah Ln, Wan Chai (Blue House)

Ground Works

Address: Wan Chai, Stone Nullah Ln, 74A (Blue House)
Phone: 2116 1106

Ground Works launches many gift sets during this Lunar New Year. Other than its own organic sweets and jams, sets also include shrimp roe noodles and vegan noodles from Liu Chuen Noodle Food Manufactory. These gift sets also incorporate organic goods, setting it apart from ordinary Lunar New Year gift sets.

About FSES

Contribute Profession, Promote Innovation, Transform the City

Established in 2011, FSES is the first non-profitable organization formed by intellectual volunteers in Hong Kong. Its vision is to gather professionals from different fields as volunteers, whose knowledge, expertise and experience will be the concrete basis for the sustainability of social entrepreneurship and social innovation. Its events cover the fields of politics, business, sociology, education, civics, etc. As such, social enterprises in town can blossom and thrive. FSES also deliberately formulates an actionable ideology, which leverages knowledge to realize social innovation, and in turn transform the city.

About TECM

Sponsored by the Home Affairs Bureau, Tithe Ethical Consumption Movement organized by FSES is entering its 9th anniversary. TECM gathers over 200 social enterprises, covering 5 different areas including “eating”, “playing”, “buying”, and “individual and corporation service”. Myriads of promotion events will be held. This year, TECM will reinforce the cooperation between business and social parties, with an aim to foster stronger and more intimate bonding between social enterprises and organizations in all fields. Diverse workshops, training programs, and matching platforms will be continuously held, through which social enterprises may have more opportunities to develop their business. Simultaneously, business parties can leverage resources more effectively and give their best back to society.

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