The 2020 Creative December Hult Award at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) campus finals teamed up with HeyTea's Coastal City Store to launch the themed workshop of "HeyTea Green Inspired Recycled Tea Space", inviting people to explore the new space of Hey Tea Inspiration and to understand the ingenuity of HeyTea in the regeneration of tea drinking space.
Regional manager Zhang Chunxi introduced that this environmental-friendly themed "Recycled Tea Space" actually carries the thinking of Heytea's social responsibility. Growing up from an unknown store to a leader in the tea industry, HeyTea becomes more powerful via each achievement along the way. Meanwhile, HeyTea realized that it should take on more responsibilities.
And this "Recycled Tea Drinking Space" is the recorder of the process of exploring environment protection for HeyTea. It is about the attempts and gains of HeyTea and it is a continuous persistence, rather than an end-point display.
The background of the door of "Recycled Tea Space" is arranged with paper straws. The introduction of biodegradable paper straws is the first attempt by HeyTea in environment protection, so it is placed in the front and the most eye-catching position at the "Recycled Tea Space" stores .
The back of each glass cabinet records some of the gains of HeyTea on the road of exploration:
"13 Popo Cups --> Eco-friendly Travel Bag"
"0.5 Recycled Cup --> Recycled Phone Case"
"12 Bobo Cups --> Environmental Protection Raincoat"
"HeyTea Hot Wheat --> Environmental T-shirt"
"Recovered Ticket --> Popo Tea Tiles"
Elementary cycle & Mobius ring
"Recycled Tea Drinking Space" combines the periodic table of elements with the tea cabinet, which expresses HeyTea's perspective on environment protection: splitting and reorganizing. As shown in the display wall, HeyTea thoroughly splits and thinks about the products in the production and consumption process, and uses inspiration to reproduce meaningful and beautiful things.
The Mobius ring made of biodegradable paper straws, cup lid plugs and recycled tea leafs in the wall expresses the concept of "infinite cycle inspiration and perpetual", and the embedded water and oxygen elements also echo the split thought.
Exclusive round table made of 45% red pomelo peel and artificial stone
Autonomous access table for environmentally friendly biodegradable paper straws, green-inspired drinking cup lids and other items
The workshop ended in a pleasant coffee break. This itinerary must give more environmental inspiration to the players participating in the 2020 Hult Prize Campus Competition and everyone on the cloud tour. Looking forward to seeing you all at more events!
Typesetting ｜Huang Jing 17 School of Economics and Management Muse College
Copywriting ｜Huang Jing 17 School of Economics and Management Muse College
Picture ｜Huang Jing 17 School of Economics and Management Muse College
Jiang Yihan 18 School of Economics and Management Harmonia College