If you are landing in Hong Kong, please use our Makerspace, MakerBay to work, create, chill, eat, take a shower. Sleeping is not allowed at MakerBay. Our maker community is focused on using technology to have a positive social and environmental impact. We’re one of the best equipped and inclusive makerspace in the region. We have 2 sites in Hong Kong.
MakerBay Central open Wed - Sun 14:00 - 20:00 - It’s a small makerspace, for 15 people max. Good for your light meeting, small workshops, watching a movie, lunch break, hanging out. MTR Central / Sheung Wan.
MakerBay Tsuen Wan open everyday 10:00 - 19:00 - it’s a large makerspace, easily for 50 people at the time. We have a cool Biohacker space too : DIYbio. We’re super into Citizen Science, last year we organised Hong Kong first Citizen Science Faire. MTR Tsuen Wan (northern end of the red line).
We will reach out to GOSH organisers so that we can have the full list of participants of GOSH, so you guys can have a free access to our space during and after the conference for a week (October 8 to 18).
Please check our website http://makerbay.org/
We would love to host an evening social event when GOSHers can meet our local Hong Kong makers, open scientists at MakerBay. When would be a good time?
What about October 14th evening? Please tell us if you are interested to join and meetup