Hong Kong co-working factory aims to lift women out of poverty and revitalise city’s manufacturing tradition

Hong Kong may not be the manufacturing city it once was, but one man is hoping to bring its glorious past back – with a new twist. Francis Ngai Wah-sing, founder of the philanthropic organisation Social Ventures Hong Kong, launched a new 5,000 sq ft co …
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