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Satisfaction rides over money return

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by Natalie Yuen

Being successfully adapted to a group of four former British military buildings in Admiralty for a year, Asia Society Hong Kong has enabled the constitution to better strike a balance between mission fulfillment and revenues generation, said Alice Mong, executive director of the new center.

Happens to be a non-profit organization, Mong admits that although the Jockey Club has been sponsoring most of the expenses of ASHK, they would still have to pay an effort to ensure that the heritage is ‘living’- to make the best use of this place.

‘Two-third of our revenues comes from fund raising and the other one-third comes from rent, we hope these could help to subsidize some of our operation fees so that ASHK, as a constitution that tells people what actually happens in Asia, could fully fulfill its mission,’ Mong said.

However, Mong disclosed that ASHK would prioritize organizations to rent, in which most of the time revenues-free Asia Society programs come first. That means the previously mentioned ‘one-third’ could hardly show up.

‘Nobody said it would be easier to run this place even when you are having a wonderful mission,’ Mong said, ‘but I believe when you are doing something for mission and not money, it is pretty fulfilling.’

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