After six months of protests—punctuated by clashes between police and demonstrators—nobody knows what the future holds for Hong Kong as a place to live and a financial hub. The clock is ticking: China’s grip will tighten as 2047 nears and the city’s unique freedoms expire.

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“To celebrate the 59th anniversary of Dr. Jane Goodall entering Gombe to study chimpanzees, and hereafter her renowned scientific findings that redefined the relationship between humans and animals, The Jane institute Hong Kong (JGIHK) is going to kick off a thematic exhibition: Becoming Jane.

The exhibition is the first ever holistic presentation of the early scientific discoveries of Dr. Jane Goodall, a renowned primatologist and conservationist, and it will also showcase her dedicated contribution in environmental conservation and youth empowerment through various interactives. Through this exhibition and a series of education programmes on wildlife conservation, we wish to empower youth to take constructive actions in protecting the wildlife and our environment, and also live a sustainable lifestyle”

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Additional Filming by Safwan & Rowan Tiesma

Exhibition Information:
Exhibition Period: 24th May to 2nd Oct 2019
Venue: Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum
Website: janegoodall.org.hk
Enquiry: info@janegoodall.org.hk

The Iconic brand is on a journey to better manage our social and environmental impacts and as part of this, we have been working closely with the manufacturers of our own-brands to understand and improve the working conditions provided to workers.

Produced by Postcard Production for the Iconic (Australia) shot in Guangzhou & Dongguan, China (2019)

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