Charity apprentice program for disadvantaged Chinese youth “Give yourself a chance to make a difference.” When 18-year-old Li Danyue wrote this sentence on her WeChat introduction after first moving to Shanghai from Weinan, Shaanxi Province, she had no idea that just one year later she would be delivering the same
Media Coverage: China: AccorHotels Supports Bakery Training for Disadvantaged Young Chinese People Shanghai Young Bakers (SYB), the NGO that specialises in providing training for bakers and pastry chefs, helps young Chinese people from isolated rural communities into the world of work with a professional career. By supporting this programme since
Bringing baking and love together 案例馆 | 海上青焙坊：谁说面包与情怀不可兼得？ Introduction 导言 For the underprivileged, it is more practical to enter the workforce earlier to earn one’s own keep than to rely on education to make one’s future life better. With a poor family background, these youths seldom can attain proper education.
Public baking classes to support disadvantaged Chinese youth 学习烘焙手艺，用爱传递希望 On February 18th, around 10 trainees learned to make pretzels and cereal bread in a public baking class arranged by Shanghai Young Bakers (SYB). As a Shanghai-based social enterprise, SYB aims to provide free training in French bakery for the marginalized
At the beginning of the new year, under encouragement and support of teachers and classmates, 30 SYB students walk out of school and head to new chapter of their life.
Global Times: Shanghai-based social entrepreneurs celebrate their unique business model’s growing popularity in China
Dozens of like-minded individuals from Shanghai-based social enterprises recently gathered to celebrate the first anniversary of Fresh Start Rotary Club of Shanghai, a local community for benevolent entrepreneurs and innovators.
“This place is quite far out! I’ve already passed the innermost part of Suide Road, crossed over the highway, and entered Jiading!” laughed the taxi driver as he handed over an invoice.
Earlier in November, the Chinese Team consisting of Zhang Zheng Hai, Zhou Bin and Xu Zhiliang competed in the Louis Lesaffre Cup Asia Pacific Selection