Very nice article about MakerBay and the Maker Culture in Hong Kong in HK01 - a new print publication. T Thanks to Summer Ho.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lld4fve22zk MakerBay Maker in Residence, Georg Hoenhe (Germany) explains the projects he has done with Hong Kong #homeless, #cagedhome dwellers and #refugees. In this riveting discussion, he explains his motivation, method and how everyone can become an independent humanitarian and contribute to #sustainable #development. 工匠灣（MakerBay）住宅製造者Georg Hoenhe（德國）解釋了他與香港無家可歸的籠屋居民和難民所做的專案。在這場令人關注的討論中，他解釋了他的動機、方式以及每個人如何成為獨立的人道主義者和如何為永續發展做出貢獻。 欲了解更多關於Goerg Hoenhe工作的訊息，請瀏覽：http://innovationaid.co/欲了解更多關於工匠灣的訊息，請瀏覽：http://makerbay.org More about Goerg Hoenhe work: http://innovationaid.co/More about MakerBay: http://makerbay.org
We are very lucky to be featured on CNN today! http://money.cnn.com/video/technology/2016/04/05/makerbay-connectors.cnnmoney/index.htmlHere is the unlisted video for our archive. https://youtu.be/fzg13cKADjo "This 'maker' community helps bring ideas to life" Inventor Cesar Harada developed a shape-shifting, autonomous boat called Protei. But creating a larger prototype proved challenging in Hong Kong, where space is limited. So he opened MakerBay, a place where Harada and his team are helping others to create and learn.www.makerbay.org
Little Kids Make Tiny Drones "Sometimes the adults need some creative minds to step in.” These kids are helping make drones at MakerBay in Hong Kong. Posted by AJ+ on Saturday, March 26, 2016 MakerBay drones classes featured in Al Jazeera today! Well done. Register for the next class at MakerBay!