Tong Chong Street Market

Tong Chong Street Market (TCSM) was created in 2015 in partnership with a local social enterprise. Partnering green lifestyle aspects with food to promote healthy living and sustainability, the market features everything from fresh farmers’ produce to creative dishes, cooking tips, and the latest food and beverage trends. Operating from November 2019 to January 2020, and again in November 2020, the market offered coffee, gourmet choices, packaged food and a variety of sustainable products.

Tong Chong Street Market (TCSM) was created in 2015 in partnership with a local social enterprise. Partnering green lifestyle aspects with food to promote healthy living and sustainability, the market features everything from fresh farmers’ produce to creative dishes, cooking tips, and the latest food and beverage trends. Operating from November 2019 to January 2020, and again in November 2020, the market offered coffee, gourmet choices, packaged food and a variety of sustainable products.

Supporting Culture and the Arts

Artistic expression is vital to the health of communities and society at large. Swire Properties is committed to supporting artists and performers by showcasing artistic and cultural works throughout our portfolio.

Conversations with Nature at Brickell City Centre

This four-day-long series of installations and events about nature invited visitors to experience their interconnectedness with each other and with the Earth to inspire positive action in the fight against climate change.
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Love Brings Hope Exhibition at Taikoo Hui

To help communities reopen and recover effectively as the Chinese mainland coronavirus lockdown eased, Taikoo Hui in Guangzhou hosted an exhibition to honour heroes of the pandemic response
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Uplifting art at Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu

Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu hosted several exhibitions this year to uplift the local community, underscoring our respect for people and our strong focus on sustainable development
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Seeds of Life

This mobile art installation, merging creative art, modern fashion and ancient Chinese philosophy travelled around Swire Hotels properties in the Chinese mainland between March 2019 and January 2020
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Conversations with Nature at Brickell City Centre

This four-day-long series of installations and events about nature invited visitors to experience their interconnectedness with each other and with the Earth to inspire positive action in the fight against climate change.

Love Brings Hope Exhibition at Taikoo Hui

To help communities reopen and recover effectively as the Chinese mainland coronavirus lockdown eased, Taikoo Hui in Guangzhou hosted an exhibition to honour heroes of the pandemic response

Uplifting art at Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu

Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu hosted several exhibitions this year to uplift the local community, underscoring our respect for people and our strong focus on sustainable development

Seeds of Life

This mobile art installation, merging creative art, modern fashion and ancient Chinese philosophy travelled around Swire Hotels properties in the Chinese mainland between March 2019 and January 2020

Youth Empowerment: Giving Back to Hong Kong

The Swire Properties Placemaking Academy is a significant part of our work to empower and foster the ambitions of Hong Kong’s youth, ultimately helping to build vibrant local communities.
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Youth Empowerment: Giving Back to Hong Kong

The Swire Properties Placemaking Academy is a significant part of our work to empower and foster the ambitions of Hong Kong’s youth, ultimately helping to build vibrant local communities.

Launching “Home Grown” in Miami

In November 2020, we launched a new community-focused corporate initiative called “Home Grown,” aiming to unify and inspire our stakeholders to provide support to underserved neighbourhoods and groups of people in need. Three programmes were part of the initiative’s launch:

  • Home Grown at the Village, which provided kitchen training and meal-making workshops for residents of a local women’s and children’s homeless services facility in partnership with celebrity chefs;
  • A Holiday Tech Drive, designed to ensure that students in a local Youth Centre have access to fast, reliable internet at home; and
  • A Christmas tree recycling drive which encouraged tenants and residents of the Brickell City Centre community to bring in their festive trees and have them transformed into mulch, compost and woodchips for future use.

In November 2020, we launched a new community-focused corporate initiative called “Home Grown,” aiming to unify and inspire our stakeholders to provide support to underserved neighbourhoods and groups of people in need. Three programmes were part of the initiative’s launch:

  • Home Grown at the Village, which provided kitchen training and meal-making workshops for residents of a local women’s and children’s homeless services facility in partnership with celebrity chefs;
  • A Holiday Tech Drive, designed to ensure that students in a local Youth Centre have access to fast, reliable internet at home; and
  • A Christmas tree recycling drive which encouraged tenants and residents of the Brickell City Centre community to bring in their festive trees and have them transformed into mulch, compost and woodchips for future use.

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Livelihood

We strived to provide a source of strength for people in our communities – driving employment and, supporting NGOs and social enterprises.

Wellbeing

We focused on the health and hygiene aspects of wellbeing in 2020, taking care of the health of our visitors, tenants and workers.

Resilience

Throughout Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, we worked to negate the effects of the pandemic by building social cohesion, boosting community investment and raising adaptive capacity.

Livelihood

We strived to provide a source of strength for people in our communities – driving employment and, supporting NGOs and social enterprises.

Wellbeing

We focused on the health and hygiene aspects of wellbeing in 2020, taking care of the health of our visitors, tenants and workers.

Resilience

Throughout Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, we worked to negate the effects of the pandemic by building social cohesion, boosting community investment and raising adaptive capacity.