Category Archives: Community Activities

Adopt-a-Plant

Inspired by Mark Watson’s article ‘Getting Connected’ which I read on Energy Bulletin, ¬†http://www.energybulletin.net/stories/2012-03-19/getting-connected¬†I’ve decided to invite people to my organic farm to try out one of the activities he mentions, although I’m calling it Adopt-a-Plant rather than restricting it … Continue reading

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Film For Thought

I think it’s time we revived our regular film shows, and tried to show one film a month. As Julie and Rachel have been very supportive of TSL’s activities, allowing us to use the premises at The China Beach Club … Continue reading

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Swap Party Revisited

Transition South Lantau is finally shaking itself into life as we emerge from this – for Hong Kong – interminable winter. It’s only been cold in relation to what we normally get here during the winter months, but it will … Continue reading

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Gift Circles

Every six months or so Transition South Lantau has a Swap Party where people bring along items which can be swapped for things brought by other people. If you bring eight items, you’re entitled to take eight items, with no … Continue reading

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Light at the End of the Tunnel

As the end of the year approaches I have been seriously thinking – again – about dropping my involvement with TSL as I seem to have made little progress throughout the year. I’m not succeeding in getting other people fired … Continue reading

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It’s All Good

Slowly but surely worthwhile things are happening in this area of Lantau. Paul Melsom’s tree restoration project now seems to have got some official backing from the government and they’ve helped him establish a good firebreak around part of his … Continue reading

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Sustainable Fair Revisited

The second Sustainable Fair in Mui Wo was a low-key affair, as was last week’s gathering. It took place in the wRkshop (sic) on the ground floor of 52 Rural Committee Road. There was a stall outside with various locally … Continue reading

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