Webinar Talkshow: Changing Mindsets Changing Lives -
The Story of Singapore's Kelong Boy, Wong Jing Kai
2 July | 12:30pm
Each week for our webinar talkshows organised in collaboration between Ageing Asia and ASPIRE55, we bring you interviews with fellow Singaporeans who are passionate and active in ideas that will change the future of how we age. Interviewed by Janice Chia, Founder Ageing Asia and ASPIRE55, the series will invite everyday Singaporeans who are passionate and active in ideas that will change the future of how we age.
This week, we get to hear from Wong Jing Kai, Founder of Ah Hua Kelong and Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong, to find out all about the story behind Singapore's kelong boy, the farm to table concept, how to choose a fresh fish and why eat well matters for successful ageing.
Webinar Programme 2 July 2020:
Welcome attendees to webinar by Janice Chia
Webinar Talkshow and introduction to Speaker - Wong Jing Kai
- The story of Singapore's kelong boy - How did it start? Why are you so passionate about fish
- What are the ups and downs of a kelong farm fish business?
- Why did you start the farm to table concept?
- What do we need to know about the fish we eat, how to pick a fresh fish?
- What has changed since covid19?
- What are you plans for the future?
- What do you think about the 100 year old life and what are your aspirations for successful ageing?
Q&A with participants moderated by Janice Chia
End of Programme
This is a complimentary event, feel free to share with your friends and join us online. A video conference link for you to access the webinar will be sent to you on Wednesday. Participants do not need to turn on their video for this webinar.
Ms Janice Chia, Founder & Managing Director, Ageing Asia Pte Ltd and ASPIRE55 Singapore
Influenced by the changing needs of her elders, Janice was inspired to start Ageing Asia to drive and nurture opportunities and the development of innovation and solutions that address the evolving needs of the rising ageing population in the region. Having accumulated a vast experience from visiting over 300 residential and aged care homes from over 15 countries since starting her practice in 2009, Janice has been actively involved in consulting organisations seeking global best practices in housing, health and care models that can be translated for the Asian market. She has also been quoted regularly in the media, such as the BBC, on Asia Pacific business trends in ageing. Janice has also launched several industry initiatives, including, ASPIRE55 Singapore – Asia’s first virtual retirement village, a wellbeing community that offers a combination of social, health and care services, but enables members to continue living in their existing homes.