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本地菜會 | 03/06/18 | 一般 | (25 Reads)
18 有機同樂@香港學堂 GO@HKA18 有機同樂@香港學堂 GO@HKA
四月二十 周日 天晴 26-34℃ 濕度58%
審核編碼: 18Fc 00

audit trail: 18Fc 00, 03/06/18, Sunday, fine, 26-34℃ RH58%
Back in 2014, while I was looking for a place to promote my handmade products, a friend of mine mentioned there was a new Sunday market in Sai Kung.
I contacted the organiser, Mr Greg Hunt, via email expressing my interests in becoming a vendor.
Soon I received a reply from him written in a straightforward manner.
I liked his attitude.
The Sai Kung Sunday Market (SKSM) was more of a social gathering than a marketplace.  
Families and friends went there to chit-chat, make new friends, cuddle puppies and spend quality time together.
Unlike any markets I joined before, the vendors of SKSM were mostly westerners.
I was one of the minority few.
I spoke with Mr Hunt in 2015 to see if he would let the organic farm, where I work as a volunteer, promote their freshly harvested veggies and organic living at the Market.
He gladly accepted our offer and kindly placed the farm table next to mine.
He helped tremendously in promoting our farm on his SKSM website and by introducing visitors to our farm table.
We were fortunate to meet Satoe san, our first Japanese customer at the SKSM in 2015, she is now the leader of our PGS volunteers, helping out on the farm in their spare time and sharing their knowledge and ideas of organic farming with us.
It was difficult at times for me to carry on my own business while providing interpretation for the farm table.
We were blessed to have volunteers who speak Engish, Mandarin and Japanese lending us their helping hands time and time again.
To me, SKSM was a place full of sweet memories, a market that I had always looked forward to holding my table and the farm table every month, meeting up with vendors, visitors, old and new customers, friends and furry friends.
Click on the orange arrow at the bottom left corner of this page to view past events.
As the old saying goes, yesterday brought the beginning, tomorrow brings the end, though somewhere in the middle we became friends.
We at the Local Produce wish you good health and good luck.
Goodbye until we meet again, Mr Hunt. (ac)
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