Admiralty, one of the three main protest sites of the 2014 Occupy Movement



Jason is a social activist. He is an outspoken advocate for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, freedom of expression, rights of migrant workers, and shark conservation.

In addition, Jason continues to work with NGOs on various initiatives to help under-privileged children and minority groups. Some of these initiatives include:

  • Helping dyslexic children through St. James’s Settlement’s “Read, Write, Fun” program
  • Organising workshops with the Hong Kong Association of Banks (HKAB) to promote financial literacy among under-privileged families
  • Securing corporate funding for Room to Read to promote literacy for young girls in India
  • Hosting events with The Women’s Foundation (TWF) to promote gender rights and equality in the workplace
  • Helping children from immigrant families learn English through “Project We Can” in collaboration with Man Kiu College

In 2018, Jason and former lawmaker Nathan Law Kwun-chung were among eight human rights activists honored at the Movies That Matter human rights film festival in The Hague. He was a judge for the 2019 Human Rights Press Awards jointly organized by the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Journalists Association and Amnesty International Hong Kong.

Jason offering free tutorials during the occupy movement

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