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It’s almost time for our 2nd Organic Farm Hub!

Organic Farm Hub – Date: Saturday, November 24th, 2012. Time: 11:00 – 15:00 (11:00AM – 3:00PM) Location: Café Montmartre 66-68 Wulumuqi Lu (Near Changle Lu) After a great Organic Farm Hub Launch last month, we decided to make the Farm Hub a fun monthly event. This time will be a little bit different from before, […]

Mahota Symposium Presentation

Back in September, Susan Evans, GoodtoChina’s founder, had the opportunity to present at the Mahota Symposium: Maximizing Corporate Flow. Along with hosting an urban farming workshop that allowed participants to work in teams to build balcony planters, Susan presented to over 200 professionals on engaging their teams through the urban farming. Highlighting the environmental situation […]

Launch of the Organic Farm Hub! October 20th 11:00-15:00

Come help us kick off the Organic Farm Hub at Café Montmartre, Wulumuqi Lu, on Saturday, October 20th from 11:00-15:00. It will be a place to buy fresh, local, organic produce straight from the farm and sign up for organic farm boxes. This event will also be an opportunity to meet a select group of […]

Susan Evans to present at Tedx Suzhou City 2.0 this Saturday

  Tomorrow, Susan Evans, GoodtoChina’s founder, will be presenting at Tedx Suzhou City 2.0. In her speech, Susan will show how GoodtoChina is taking the waning enthusiasm for sustainable behaviours and re-inspiring youth to have a positive impact. She will address how GoodtoChina’s platform  influences and inspires Chinese youth to re-think and re-appropriate their behaviours, enabling […]

Live Stream from the Mahota Symposium

Can’t join us at the Mahota Symposium this weekend? No problem. Susan’s presentation will be available as a live stream (9:45am on Sunday Sept 9) and on-demand recordings thanks to our cooperation with the live streaming service VastCast. To watch live with your iPhone/iPad/Android device, open http://www.vastcast.us/software.html with the browser of your mobile device or use this QR […]

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