Varsity checks out a free mobile app that puts the fun back into learning a foreign language.
Experience Phocus! It's the self-service studio for photo-enthusiasts from the selfies generation.
Proving fashion can be eco-friendly and ethical, Earth.er aims to put the planet and people at the heart of its business.
A whole generation of documentary makers are recording the true stories behind the extraordinary changes in Chinese society in recent years. Now, a non-profit foundation that started in Taiwan is providing a platform for these works to reach a wider audience by organising screenings and helping to produce new works. CNEX is now screening and promoting Chinese documentaries in Hong Kong.
Big Brother may or may not be watching you, but Hapifork is here to watch what you eat. The smart eating implement reminds you to slow down if you're chomping too quickly and stores data on your eating habits for you to analyse on your computer.
Form a team with your friends and play a real life escape game in the heart of the city with FreeingHK.
Instead of chewing your pencil tops, or throwing the useless stubs away, plant them and reap a harvest of edible plants such as basil, parsley and even tomatoes. Varsity shows you how with Sprout, a pencil with a seed capsule.
Light up the party this holiday season with a sound-activated t-shirt that flashes to the beat.
Meet the players who indulge in fantasy war-games from the safety of their table-tops.
Happy Veggies is a restaurant that serves up healthy, vegetarian fare while providing an opportunity for the deaf and hearing-impaired to work alongside hearing colleagues.