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Community Projects

Community Projects & Contribution

DotAsia Organisation is dedicated to its mandate of promoting Internet development and adoption in Asia. Following the DotAsia vision of a collaborative Asia, we believe in community engagement and contribution and in partnerships with not-for-profit organizations to implement community projects. Besides Community Projects that DotAsia proactively support and develop, a portion of the proceeds from registrations (or renewals) of “.Asia” domains is set aside directly for community projects in partnership with Sponsor Members of DotAsia: [Sponsor Community Projects (SCP)].

DotAsia Community Projects Fall under the following 4 umbrellas:

DotAsia Projects Community projects supported directly by DotAsia.
NetMission Ambassador Projects NetMission.Asia is a flagship youth and Internet governance initiative launched by DotAsia in 2009. Building on the alumni since then, different ongoing projects have been launched under the NetMission.Asia umbrella, including for example, the YIGF Camp, NetY and iCity.
Go.Asia Projects Go.Asia is another flagship initiative launched and led by DotAsia since 2012. Consolidating the efforts from Relief.Asia which was launched in 2008, Go.Asia is a platform promoting volunteerism (beyond just directly Internet related issues) with a philosophy that “Every Act Counts”.
Community Sponsored Projects Sponsor Community Projects are supported through the direct contribution funds in partnership with Sponsor Members.


In general, DotAsia is committed towards Community Projects meeting one or more of the following criteria:

  • Digital inclusion related projects to bridge the digital divide and help the digitally disadvantaged, especially in poverty relief and advancement of education
  • Educational initiatives, advancing of a domain of knowledge, scholarships and other open knowledge programs (such as open license educational materials), especially projects leveraging the Internet
  • Research and development efforts that are charitable in nature and beneficial to the community, including projects such as socio-technical research, open source development, disaster relief and rebuild efforts especially on information infrastructure support, etc.

Asian Films Awards: The Oscars of Asia

Inaugurated in 2007, the Asian Film Awards (AFA) celebrates excellence in Asian cinema through the annual presentation of awards to the many diverse talents and films that make up the dynamic film industries of the region. Awards night is a spectacular gathering of celebrities, industry professionals and the media that highlights and publicizes the year’s […]

iCity.Asia: ICT Powered Future for the Network Generation

The “iCity” initiative is supported by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) of the HKSAR and organized by Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong, with DotAsia Organisation as a Cooperating Partner. iCity is a series of events with a core mission to encourage secondary school students in Hong Kong to consider taking more […]

Go.Asia: Every Act Counts!

Go.Asia — — is a charitable initiative launched by DotAsia and spearheaded by Hong Kong Martial Arts Superstar Donnie Yen and his wife, Ms. Cissy Wang. The vision of Go.Asia is that “Every Act Counts”, with an aim to improve society through collective and individual efforts. Go.Asia comprises shared information and materials related to […]


Mandela Day Asia — — brings the Mandela Day Campaign to Asia. The Mandela Day campaign message is simple: Mr Mandela gave 67 years of his life fighting for the rights of humanity. All we are asking is that everyone gives 67 minutes of their time, whether it’s supporting your chosen charity or by […]

GNOME.Asia: One of the World’s Most popular Linux GUI

GNOME.Asia Summit — — is Asia’s GNOME user and developer conference, spreading the knowledge of GNOME across Asia.  The event focuses primarily on the GNOME desktop and other devices that use GNOME, and also covers GNOME-based applications and GNOME development platform tools. It brings together the GNOME community in Asia to provide a forum […]


Digital Review of Asia Pacific — — aims to develop an online collaborative space and to facilitate a global community of researchers and writers in using social collaborative techniques of crowd-sourcing and generic Web 2.0 tools, for continually reviewing, analyzing, forecasting and reporting on ICT/D issues in the developing countries. This site is built […]

FRD.Asia: Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution Day

The Food Revolution has penetrated across Asia — — including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Turkey. (Click here for reference .) The Food Revolution Day is a chance for people who love food to come together to share information, talents and resources; […]

UGames.Asia: Visiting Universiad 2011 in Shenzhen

全港學生撐大運 — | www.撐大運.asia — 為支持深圳2011第二十六屆世界大學生夏季運動會,為國家和本地運動員打氣,以及更了解體育運動和發揚運動堅毅精神,香港青年學生動力將組織8000名中學生及大專院校學生,將於大運會期間前往深圳觀看比賽。 世界大學生運動會 (Universiad) 是由國際大學生體育聯合會主辦的世界大型綜合性運動會,只限在校大學生和畢業不超過兩年的大學畢業生參加。因此,素有「小奧運會」之稱的「大運會」是一場世界級優秀年輕運動員的聚會,受到世界各國高度重視,其規模和影響十分巨大。繼2001年第二十一屆中國北京大運會之後,中國深圳將於今年8月舉辦第二十六屆世界大學生運動會。預計參加國家超過160個。

APRICOT-APAN.Asia: The Largest Internet Conference in Asia

APRICOT-APAN 2011, Hong Kong — — was the first ever joint event of APRICOT and APAN that made it the biggest Internet conference in Asia. The APRICOT (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies) — — is a prestigious regional event of the ICT industry, which began in 1996. Held annually, the […]


DSF City Dash — — is a signature fundraising event of the DIGITAL SOLIDARITY FUND (DSF:, which was established by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) in 2004 to empower disadvantaged groups to use information and communication technologies (ICT) as tools to exercise their full capacities as citizens in the information […]

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