(L-R) Kongkee, Tsang Tsui Shan, Leila Tong, Fred Lam, Janet Hsieh, Kay Tse, Chet Lam and Joey Leung Cho-Yiu.
Singers, filmmakers, television stars, fashion designers and activists from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China have all put their famous names to the Arctic scroll. Chinese pop star Hu Haiquan and Fred Lam, notable Hong Kong social activist, went one step further, joining Greenpeace's international crew currently in the Arctic.
Other celebrities include:
- William Tang, fashion designer
- Chet Lam, independent 'city-folk' singer-songwriter
- Eman Lam, singer
- Tsang Tsui-shan Jessey, director and winner of the Hong Kong Film Award 2012 Best New Director
- Leila Tong, actress
- Lawrence Chou, singer and actor
- Chocolate Rain, illustrator
- Kongkee, comic writer and illustrator
- Sherry Tsai, three time Olympic swimmer
- Joey Leung Cho-Yiu, actor
- Janet Hsieh, television star of Fun Asia and Fun Taiwan on TLC
- Kay Tse, singer
- Chow Bok-yin, lyricist and producer
- Golden, pop band
The melting Arctic is under threat from oil drilling, industrial fishing and conflict.
We all depend on the health of the Arctic. But companies and governments want to drill for oil in the melting waters. Burning oil caused the melting in the first place. We need to protect the Arctic waters from oil drilling and industrial fishing.
Sign now and demand world leaders declare a global sanctuary around the North Pole. When we reach 1 million signatures we’ll plant your name and a Flag for the Future on the bottom of the ocean at the top of the world.