Brunch with Noreen is packed full of radio goodness. We've got human interest stories, social issues, wellness, the latest on what’s happening around Hong Kong, and plenty of your favourite music.
Welcome to Friday's Brunch with Noreen. At 10.40 we're chatting with Vincent Hiscox from the Over Forty Wellness Podcast' about how the body interprets stress. After 11am, we're talking to Ken Ngai, the Executive Director of Hong Kong Education City, about their upcoming Learning and Teaching Expo 2023. Finally after 11.30 the turn to Operation Santa Claus and hear about the Teens Mental Health Club Project which is organized by The Hub Children and Youth Centre Limited — a charity that aims to apply the PERMA model (which stands for Positive emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, Achievement ) to its programs for children aged 10 to 16. Alyson Hau went to visit their new centre in Sham Po Kong, and met up with Josephine Leung, their Executive Director. Do get in touch anytime with your song requests and comments on Facebook.
It's Brunch with Saadia today, as Noreen takes a day off. On this week's Trash Talk after the news at 10, Marcy Trent-Long looks at how Hong Kong can be a friendlier recycling city, with her guest Nigel Mattrevers, Managing Director of ALBA Integrated Waste Solutions. After 11 am we meet Dennis Wan, Associate Director of Capital Markets & Global Projects at CDP a non-profit organisation that helps companies disclose their environmental impact. Dennis is determined to 'save the planet', and we'll find out how. And, at 11.40 today, Jim Gould visits ‘Riding for the Disabled', one of the 15 charities being supported this year by Operation Santa Claus. He’ll be talking to them about their work in Hong Kong.