KFBG Blog: Activity Report
Green Hub was awarded The UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) is delighted that the Revitalisation of the Old Tai Po Police Station into a Green Hub for Sustainable Living was recognised with an Honourable Mention in the ...
Reconnecting with our Roots: Spirit, Culture & Nature
In November 2016, Dr. Satish Kumar, the renowned educator and writer from Schumacher College in the UK and Mr. Jhon Kwano, an elder and messenger from an indigenous tribe in Papua New Guinea, acted a...
Winter Camp Programme Report 2016
The 3-Day Winter Camp for Children - ‘In Touch with Nature' - created a beautiful end to 2016, with 46 campers aged 7-9 year old plus our counsellors and staff enjoying a wonderful three days u...
The 22nd Kadoorie Brothers Memorial Race
On 18 December 2016, we held the 22nd Kadoorie Brothers Memorial Race to commemorate the Kadoorie brothers, Lord Lawrence and Sir Horace. This time we have received over 300 applications and 153 runn...
Aquaponics Conference 2016
Sustainable Living and Agriculture Department (SLA) organised the first Aquaponics Conference in the region on 26 November 2016 at the Charles K. Kao Auditorium in Science Park Hong Kong, attended by ...
‘Fantastic Forests - Embracing the Vitality of Trees’ Exhibition Event Report
This summer, from 2nd to 21st August 2016, KFBG hosted a Nature and Culture exhibition themed ‘Fantastic Forests - Embracing the Vitality of Trees', in which the pivotal importance of trees in ...
KAAA Heritage Hunt & 60 Years of Special Moments with KFBG
In celebration of our 60th Anniversary this Summer, KFBG launched two very special activities - one of which was the KAAA Heritage Hunt, in which participants were tasked with searching for Kadoorie ...
Lao orchid surveys reach new milestone
The People's Democratic Republic of Laos retains some of the most extensive and best preserved limestone vegetation of the Indo-Burma Biodiversity Hotspot, and yet its flora is among the region's lea...
The Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia Conference 2016
Serena Chung from the Fauna Conservation Department attended the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia (VNCA) Conference 2016 in Perth, Western Australia from 19th to 22nd April 2016. The theme of t...
Forest Restoration Project – Tree Planting Activity 2016
Tree planting activity is an annual event of KFBG on Earth Day. Our staff celebrate Earth Day through planting native trees on the hillside of Tai Mo Shan. Owing to adverse weather on 22 April 2016...