Pop Up Swap | Speakers’ CornerArt for All

Pop Up Swap

We invites you to bring along and share unwanted but useful goods – and take away anything you want.

To take part, simply bring along things you don’t want – just make sure they’re clean and in good condition. Even if you don’t have anything to swap, feel free to drop by and see if there’s anything you’d like!

Here’s how to swap:

  1. Sort out things that are no longer useful to you.
  2. Bring them to the stall and give them to the team to check and accept.
  3. Relax and take your time to go through the things that other people have shared.
  4. If you find something you like – simply take it home

Rules:

  1. All items must be clean and in good condition. Souvenirs, promotional items, loose toys, or items that are broken or not clean will not be accepted
  2. To minimize wastage, please remove excess packaging before submitting your items
  3. All items are accepted at the discretion of the JupYeah team
  4. Please do not place any rejected item in our pool
  5. Please be polite
  6. Please do not block access for other people
  7. Please bring your own bag
  8. Please keep the area clean and tidy

 

Speakers’ Corner 

After Best Still Good 

In talk of ‘After Best Still Good’, the speakers will introduce their group and share their beliefs in food waste and share the concept behind their pop up cafes and what their actions implicated.

Time:
2:15pm – 3pm


Earth.er  

Earth.er will share their design and operation philosophy that bridges commercial viability with social and environmental responsibility.

Time:
3:45pm – 4:30pm


Artist Sharing : Ng Ka Yu

Ka Yu will share with us what a "zentangle"* design is, how it can be used, how it is done, and what benefits it has.  she will also share with us how she has integrated zentangle design into her art work at the Art for All corner.

Time:
4:30pm – 5:15pm


Good Family Farm 

In talk of ‘After Best Still Good’, the speakers will introduce their group and share their beliefs in food waste and share the concept behind their pop up cafes and what their actions implicated.

Time:
5:15pm – 6pm

 

Art for All

Five photographers and illustrators from our 'ones-to-watch' list – Nigel Ong, Kav Lai, Ng Ka Yu, YHO (Blue Flame) and Beryl Foo – present their work and share thoughts on their aesthetics. 

Nigel Ong

Nigel Ong loves his own culture. He thought that Hong Kong people have a worldwide vision but is uncertain about our origin. ‘Who are we? Where do we belong?’ These questions became his motivation for discovering more about the self and our lives, and also accentuated his love for the city. 


Kav Lai 

Kav Lai is a Hong Kong-based photographer. Graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Philosophy, he is  an active unit still photographer for films, and focuses on still life photography.


Ng Ka Yu 

Hong Kong-born illustrator Ng Ka Yu is an independent designer and illustrator. With ardent passion for hues and forms, Ka Yu’s ethereal illustrations are filled with mindfulness and simplicity. 


YHO (Blue Flame) 

YHO aka Blue Flame came from a graphic design background, then became an illustrator for magazines in Hong Kong, mainland China and Taiwan.  His illustration style is impressionistic with a free and rough edge and his subject matter is varied. 


Beryl Foo 

Beryl Foo was born in 1990 in Hong Kong, and has enjoyed drawing as a child. She studied Comparative Literature and graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012. After her first class in comics art in 2009, she began documenting her drawings and released her illustrations online and in local press media. She now is a freelance illustrator.