Past Events

[Online Sharing] Live GREEN Presents: Sustainable Eating - What, Why and How


Date: 27 April 2021 (Tue)

Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Venue: Online via Zoom 

Language: English

Presented by: Janice Leung Hayes

Online registration: Click here (Deadline: 22 April 2021)


This event is open for PolyU staff and students only. 


Be Rewarded with GreenCoin - Earth Day Exclusive Offer

We appreciate you going green with us! By attending and completing the online post-event feedback form after this sharing session, participants may be able to earn a total of 10 virtual credits (the “Coins”) to use with the PolyU GreenCoin app. Read here for the details.


About the sharing

If you already bring your own utensils and have increased your consumption of locally-produced foods, you might be thinking, "How else could I contribute to a greener city through my eating choices?". In this session, the speaker will break down the hows and whys of sustainable eating to help you understand what it really means to eat green.


About the speaker

 Janice Leung Hayes

Janice Leung Hayes

Janice Leung Hayes is a food writer, sustainability advocate and entrepreneur in Hong Kong. Her written work has appeared in publications such as Wall Street Journal, South China Morning Post, and The New York Times. When not writing, she produces sustainability-focused events, such as Tong Chong Street Market farmers' market, as well as video and film through Capsule48, a multimedia agency she co-founded. She holds a BComm/BA from the University of Melbourne and an Advanced Certificate in Nutrition from the University of Hong Kong.