In support of Sustainable Development Goal #4 – to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all, DotAsia is happy to be a part of the Kids4Kids’ Sharing for a Cause (SFAC) 2018 campaign. Together, we have collected 12,250 books in the month of May. While 5,312 of them will be sent to Hong Kong community partners for building mini libraries as part of the Buddy Reading Program; the rest will be donated to developing countries via Crossroads Foundation. Happy Reading!
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Taking place the first time in Pacific, APrIGF Vanuatu 2018 has concluded in tremendous success with 80% show-up rate of 300+ attendees in total from around the region. A highlight is that the 2 under-represented stakeholders in the past have observed significant...read more
By now, most of us have heard of the movie ‘Crazy Rich Asians’. At its heart, a modern day love story based on the popular book with the same title, by Singaporean-American author Kevin Kwan, and directed by Asian American filmmaker Jon M. Chu. What’s unconventional about this Hollywood studio backed American film is that it features an all-Asian cast.read more
Supported by DotAsia, Co-organised by non-profit organisation 3SPACE, Golden Scene Company Limited and ELEMENTS, the 2nd Hong Kong Kids International Film Festival (KIFF) officially kicked off on July 28th with the opening ceremony being held at ELEMENTS Mall,...read more
Bangladesh has been one of Asia’s most stunning and unexpected success economies in recent years. With a social progressive policy in place, Bangladesh has transformed from one of the poorest countries in Asia to an aspiring economy. Of the many factors accounting for this transformation, the online space has played a vital roleread more