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Brief Published: 20 Jun 2011

HK Honey


HK Honey is a collective of artists, beekeepers and designers based in Hong Kong that aims to communicate the value of bees and locally produced honey.

With its network of bee farms and design studio, HK Honey is dedicated to harvesting local honey and designing products relating to bee keeping in the city.

As part of Nokia's E7 Success Redefined global campaign, film director Kiku Ohe made a short film featuring urban beekeeper and founder of HK Honey, Michael Leung that artfully illustrates how essential bees are in the urban environment – bringing nature into the metropolis.