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Jordan Cheung

Jordan is a Volunteer Research Writer who finds much joy in writing articles on the latest business trends and topics ranging from environmental preservation, climate change, to business ethics and government policymaking. One of his major hobbies is reading The Economist to and fro between home and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA), where he currently works as an Associate Administrator in the Corporate Communications team.

Latest Articles from Jordan Cheung

coral reefs

What Are Coral Reefs and How Can They be Saved?

When you put on a snorkelling mask and swim around in warm waters, not only can you see fish of […]

climate change

Climate Change for Kids

Climate change is the process of the Earth heating up. It describes the changes in conditions such as weather, temperature, […]

what is organic farming

What is Organic Farming?

By the year 2050, the human population will be nearly 10 billion, which means we will need to double the […]

floating cities

What are Sustainable Floating Cities?

A floating marine city might sound like a science fiction fantasy, but these innovative projects might soon become a reality. […]

oil spills

How Do Oil Spills Affect the Environment?

The world uses nearly 3 billion gallons of oil every single day. We use oil to help fuel our cars, […]

carbon sink

What are Carbon Sink and Where Can We Find Them?

Carbon is an essential element to all life on Earth. It is part of the molecules, like DNA and protein, […]