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Green Skies Social Enterprise

Green Skies – a social enterprise that promotes green living, a structural platform that practices social integration. Green Skies presents opportunities for autistic individuals to explore their work potential, and the general public to participate in social service.


The Story of “Green Skies” Rooftop Farm

In summer 2019, Louis Poon, a retired architect-turned-farmer, joined hands with Green Skies, a newly founded social enterprise to help provide vocation training and employment opportunities to autistic youths. Inspired by the work of Green Skies. Louis introduced the concept of Aquaponics farming which he had pursued in Hawaii and Hainan Island in recent years. His dedicated research and passion for ecological and sustainable farming would benefit a social cause. Utilizing an abandoned rooftop of an industrial building, Louis and his Aquaponics team designed and constructed a 3000+ sq. ft. aquaponics farm. At the back of the farm space was a huge backdrop – a striking mural of flora and fauna designed and painted by autistic kids. The farm commenced its operation and production in spring 2020. Green Skies’ mission of “Moving Green for a Better Tomorrow” has begun!


Community Support Agriculture (CSA)

To promote community urban Aquaponics farming as a major career development, raise awareness from city dwellers to awareness of environmental conservation and food ecology and to understand food source. To support local safely produced food and to achieve the idea of sustainable life and bringing in the distance between farmers and customers.

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The Chinese university Bachelor of science in Biology(2010), Arborist, Advance Course on Permaculture for Sustainable Aid Work (PSAW) (2016), Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden An Introduction to Aquaponics Training Workshop (2013), HKU Space Certificate in Landscape Design (2012), Permaculture Design Certificate (2011), professional in local home and office self-organizing aquaponic system.

Pace Tang graduated from The Hong Kong Chinese University Department of Business Administration, majored in marketing and completed her China Business Management Masters from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She has been actively participating in social services since high school and have over 10 years of experience in organising and planning China’s rural poverty alleviation activities.

Engaging in Sino-foreign trade for more than 10 years, she has abundant experience in business management, yet she always had a feeling that life should not be content from chasing after career and fame. In Hong Kong’s disconnected society, Pace believes that through exposure to nature, people can connect with each other.

Kitty Poon was the Managing Director of fashion accessories manufacturer Island Group for over 20 years. She led over 1000 employees, overseeing production, marketing, product design and development and merchandising. Her own brand “Tiff & Tiffy”, has enjoyed a prestigious reputation in Europe, and her products are also sold in US department stores such as Nordstrom and Lord and Taylor.

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Kitty went to the United States to pursue college education. Kitty had long decided to combine the best of these cultures and make the most of her life. She received her Bachelor degree in hotel management from the University of Houston.

Before she devoted herself full time to social service, Kitty was engaged in projects helping Left-behind Children in mainland China. She established her own charity platform LoveXpress Foundation in 2013 and was registered as a non-profit charity in 2015. Kitty is a firm believer that love and compassion are innate in most people, and with determination and perseverance, the collective energy generated can genuinely impact communities in need.
Kitty’s passion and visionary foresight in design and creation, combined with the knowledge and experience gained in manufacturing, and her staunch signature of love and perseverance have found the perfect synergy in the field of charity.