We are absolutely thrilled and honored to feature one of Hong Kong’s top gourmet chefs, Joey Sergentakis of Cafe Gray Deluxe @ the Upper House- our go-to place for gourmet glamour and the only world renowned fine dining restaurant in Hong Kong to make it onto the Green Queen Guide to Hong Kong thanks […]
Have you heard of Green Vitamin? If not, then you are seriously missing out. The up and coming health food company is fast becoming Hong Kong’s premier innovator of super living foods. What started out as a one man wheatgrass selling company has now transformed into a wide selection of products. Green Vitamin pioneered local, organic […]
Green Queen is thrilled to have the Hong Kong organic produce pioneer company Homegrown Foods as our sponsor for Made in HK:Local Artisans Pop Up Market. We couldn’t be happier to collaborate with this incredible company who have made it their mission to make it easy for Hong Kong consumers and businesses to have access to […]
Wow there is so much happening on the Hong Kong health food scene it is kinda amazing! Superfoods to Go The first brand of raw superfood blended drinks has arrived! Pure Swell has a range of six delicious blends including coconut water based Hydrate, greens-packed Detox and cacao infused Pick Me Up. Founder Allison Li […]
1. The team was born and bred in Hong Kong and they started the brand here: support local business! 2. They help make the world better: they are 100% vegetarian. Make it a Meatless Monday every day! 3. Their packaging is green! 100% recycled paper box, card and corn starch based plastic containers. 4. Their recipes change […]
Note: This post was previously published on the HK Hub. Back in 2007, when I first adopted a greener lifestyle, Hong Kong was only beginning its green awakening. The list of green products and service was short enough that I could keep adding to it in a little notebook I kept in my purse. Eventually […]
Made in HK: Local Artisans Pop Up Market by Green Queen @ The Space on Hollywood – See you there AUG 24 2013!!
We are so excited to present our brand new series: Hong Kong Green Heroes! We will be showcasing the talented and relentless individuals who are helping to make our hometown a greener, cleaner, kinder place to live and giving us eco warriors more accessible options! In our inaugural interview, Chef Peggy Chan shares herself with […]
Adrian Grenier – SHFT Passionate about sustainability, design and media, award-winning actor-filmmaker Adrian Grenier and award-winning film producer Peter Glatzer co-founded SHFT, an online culture magazine whose mission is to, in their own words: “convey a more sustainable approach to the way we live through video, design, art and culture.” The sites focuses […]
By Michael Fields It’s natural to have a desire to do good and make positive changes in the world, but can a single person make much difference? The simple answer is “yes.” Let’s take a look at how you personally can make a big difference in someone’s life, and also the environment with a simple […]
When it comes to the green grocery shopping scene in Hong Kong, we eco-warriors are getting more and more spoiled. New stores are opening all over the place and we all benefit from a larger variety of green choices, not to mention better pricing as competition intensifies. Of all the eco stores in town, Just […]
Today’s term is triple bottom line /ˈtrɪp ə l ˈbɒtəm laɪn/ This term refers to a sustainable business philosophy that incorporates three key overall performance indicator areas: financial, environmental and social. All three are used to assess a company’s growth, success and future areas of development. Do you have a word you would like to submit to Green Queen? Write […]
Green Queen thought this was an inspiring and fun list by Jennifer Kaplan‘s post about the 10 greenest marketing campaigns is so inspiring and informative, Green Queen wants to pass it on to everyone. Check out the original post at Ecopreneurist, a fantastic blog dedicated to eco-minded entrepreneurs, or eco-preneurs as Green Queen likes to call them. […]
It’s Wednesday Word Day at Green Queen! Today’s word is: composting /ˈkɒmpɒstɪŋ/ a method of allowing organic (plant-based) matter from kitchen and yard waste to decompose naturally, the by-product of which is a mineral-rich reusable soil-like substance; the recycling of decayed organic (plant-based) waste into soil enricher, resurfacing material or mulch. While composting is now enjoying […]
It’s Wednesday Word Day at Green Queen! Today’s word is: upcycling (ʌpˈsʌɪklɪŋ), verb to convert discarded, old and/or previously used items/waste into new materials of greater quality and/or environmental quality; creatively re-crafting ordinary items/objects in order to transform them into design and/or art pieces.