|Michael Leung of HK Honey at the Ngau Tau Bee Farm|
But we digress.
Now beekeeping in Hong Kong? That's something we can chew on. HK Honey is a group of beekeepers, artists and designers who are keeping bees via their network of bee farms, harvesting the honey and serving it up for the masses. Founded by Michael Leung (a product designer), HK Honey distributes boxes of bees around the incredible skyline of Hong Kong. It is really amazing that the bees thrive in the city, and dear reader, we need them - they help pollinate roughly one third of our food!
Their locally sourced honey is packaged intelligently: the glass is reusable, and the lid of the honey container doubles as a candle. Genius we say.
Without further ado:
Nokia - HK Honey from The Silentlights on Vimeo.
Check out the Waggle Dance after the jump:
They even have these lovely infographics describing the HK Honey process:
If you're interested in becoming a beekeeper (and you're in the Hong Kong area - Click Here).