On 22 April, QI Hong Kong participated in Flag Day to help raise funds for Hong Kong Rehabilitation Power (HKRP), a non-profit organisation committed to empowering persons with disability (PWDs) in the country.
Birthdays are the most anticipated celebration in a young child’s life and 14 volunteers from QI and QNET in Hong Kong made the celebration even more amazing for children of the Changing Young Lives Foundation who were celebrating their birthdays in March and April.
On 18 March 2017, 25 QI and QNET staff from our Hong Kong office participated in the Soap Cycling For Underprivileged Countries activity, which was organized by the Soap Cycling organization and Hands On Hong Kong. Soap Cycling is a nonprofit organization based in Hong Kong that works with the hospitality industry to collect, sanitize
Hong Kong Observatory recorded a new low of 10.6 degrees Celsius this winter on 26 February 2017. The cold weather, however, didn’t dampen the passion in the hearts of 50 of our colleagues from the Hong Kong office and their family members who participated in the New Territories Walk for Millions 2017. The event, which
Last Saturday, 11 February, marked the 15th day or first full moon after the Chinese New Year. It is known as the Lantern Festival or the Spring Lantern Festival in Hong Kong—a Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunar Chinese calendar, marking the final day of the traditional
Hong Kong, 16 November, 2013 – QNET Hong Kong conquered the annual Rainbow Trek challenge once again! The fired up event was held on 16 November 2013, and witnessed RYTHM Foundation Trustee, Mr. Richard Zinkiewicz leading the QNET team to victory. QNET teamed up with the Island School in a 25-50-kilometer trekking, activity, to raise funds
Hong Kong, 18 July, 2013 – We believe that it is important for everyone to have a comfortable studying environment and that books are our windows to the world. Books allow us to travel anywhere through our imagination and learning’s. To show our care towards the underprivileged in China, QNET Hong Kong, participated in the “Used
Hong Kong, 20 July, 2013 – Personally, we might not think that we have a lot in common with the elderly: We don’t share the same energy level. What could we possibly do at an elderly home that would be fun? How about talking to them? People don’t stop being interesting just because they’re old. A
Cake cutting ceremony – to celebrate! FOOTPRINTS was first initiated in 2009 by Vijayaratnam Foundation, the Malaysian chapter of RYTHM Foundation, and launched in Hong Kong in July 2011. What began as a simple initiative to groom youth to excel in life, eventually grew into something more. After eight months of nurturing young minds through
HONG KONG, 15 April, 2013: QNET will be giving grants of USD 10,000 each to three philanthropic causes in India, Uganda and Egypt. The grants are given as part of The Pitch!, a contest launched at QNET’s annual convention in September last year, giving the company’s distributors an opportunity to make a difference in their communities. To
Hong Kong, 23 February 2013 – It was a great day to know and experience hands-on the FOOTPRINTS programme by the RYTHM Foundation during the FOOTPRINTS Fun Day which was held at the HKFEW Wong Cho Bau Secondary School, Tung Chung, Hong Kong. Little VIPs (underprivileged children from the Tung Chung community nearby or around
Hong Kong, 5 January 2013 – The FOOTPRINTS mentoring programme by the RYTHM Foundation combined creativity and skill when over 40 mentors and mentees spent a morning at the Hong Kong Professional Bakery & Confectionery Vocational Training Centre to attend a cookie-making class. It was truly a new learning experience for many and also a good way for the mentors to