July 2, 2017

Pegga Pig and JUCCCE partnered up to promote the Food Heroes program in July and August of 2017. Throughout the two months, collaborative pop-ups appeared at major retail destinations in Shanghai with hundreds of children and parents participating in them. The booth ga...

April 1, 2017

Katherine Boe, program manager at JUCCCE, was invited to participate in the 574th Salzburg Global Seminar last month. This prestigious organization calls for a new way of solving important issues on a global scale. It is dedicated to assisting our current and future le...

June 11, 2016

Jason Yatsen Li is the former Head of China Strategy for Australia’s major insurance company, Insurance Australia Group, and was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. He has a background in sustainability, having led IAG’s activities in sustainabilit...

June 3, 2016

Brawl on the Bund is a white collar boxing match held in Shanghai. It was themed Rumble in the Jungle after the famous boxing event that saw Muhammad Ali win against then world champion George Foreman. JUCCCE’s food education program ‘A New Way to Eat’ (also known as F...

June 3, 2016

The Eco Design Fair is a community event to showcase environmentally-conscious products and lifestyles. JUCCCE was invited to present our food education games at a Food Heroes booth.  

May 21, 2016

 JUCCCE tested food education games with the help of volunteers from Naked Hub co-working space in Shanghai. These games will feature as part of the Food Heroes curriculum.

May 19, 2016

Major French food product corporation, Danone, held their first meeting of all executives from all product lines for Greater China. This meeting was the launch of Alimentation, Danone CEO’s vision of how sustainability can be integrated into the company’s mission. JUCC...

March 19, 2016

Program Manager Lucy Luo speaks to the BBC about our Food Heroes food education program.

January 17, 2016

Children learn about JUCCCE’s food education program at the Edible Cities architectural exhibition in Shanghai. The workshop showed children how their food is created from the seed to the table, and how cities can also be a place where food is produced.

June 3, 2015


(Note: The following post was featured in the blog section of the Huffington Post.)

Chinese kids are in a health crisis. Both the chubby little Emperor in a city and the malnourished Chinese kid in a rural village suffer from the downward spiral of changing diets -- fr...

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