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    Ignition!

  • WHO ARE WE ?

    The Orion Astropreneur Space Academy (Hong Kong), known as OASA, accelerates the development of young global leaders through specially designed journeys and wicked challenges with the arrival of the NewSpace Economy.  

     

    It is a platform to accelerate talents and start-ups to enrich opportunities and understanding throughout the world, igniting this spark of transformation from the great city of Hong Kong.

     

    Why? 

     

    Because the NewSpace Economy is already here but only a select few can sense its arrival. Because innovation does not happen by itself, but requires committed and skilled talents to make it happen, and the NewSpace economy creates massive opportunities for innovation.

     

    All innovation however, begins with the right entrepreneurial mindset. Until the entrepreneur appears, ideas are just good ideas and, at best, good intentions. All space missions should foster cooperation and not mistrust. A society free of suffering does not happen by itself; it requires openness, creation, and global cooperation. In fact, future joint space projects with youths may be the only way to counter global suspicion and geopolitical rivalries.

     

    From "Sensing", to "Reframing", to "Probing", to "Accelerating", and finally to "Catalysing".

     

    Are you ready?

  • What's Happening Now?

    Pushing the Edge of Chaos

    The OASA Award

    22 Awards to True Explorers of the BEST Programme

    OASA awarded 22 teams not only because these were STEM projects or that they were Astropreneurial projects.  It is because exploration and curiosity demand the suspension of shallow judgement.  The teams could have chosen to forgo learning about Space Technology, but they did not.  The teams could have quit.  They did not.  

    Mission StarGate 2022 (NEW)

    Watch this space. We are moving this popular programme to online. Premier June 2022

    CubeSat Challenge for Secondary Schools in Hong Kong

    Final Winners of the BEST AWARD 2022

    View the Videos of Top Winners

    BEST Programme on SCMP Young Post and FB page​

    Press release on 3 March 2022

  • The Spirit of Exploration

    Exploration: In the rapidly changing world, the only way to excel is to keep on exploring with others, and doing so with an entrepreneurial mindset. We are all explorers. Explore the wonders of entrepreneurship in the Space economy with OASA.​ Get lost and find, yourself.

  • Jill Chan

    Data specialists

    Jason Wang

    Innovator

    Rain Cheung

    Remote management

    Sean Well

    Space Law

  • Hong Kong is one of the best places in the world for entrepreneurs…and starting in 2020, one of the planet’s best hubs for entrepreneurship. Do you see what we see? Are you ready?"

    Dr G, Founding Chairman

  • OASA’s 3 Space Missions in Our First Three Years

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    SPACE “XCCELERATORS” - Building CubeSats (By 2021)

    Accelerating the development of young leaders, through action-learning new and innovative programs like CubeSat Construction programmes from kindergarten to secondary schools (See OASA's BEST and Mission StarGate Programme.)

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    SPACE READY – Launching Mission Moonshot Challenges, Grooming Young Marco Polo’s, and Establishing New OASA Chapters (By 2022)

    Sparking digital transformation for enterprises with young entrepreneurs through the Mission Moonshot Challenges of the SMEs. These young Marco Polo's shall be guided by OASA's Global Mentors. To house these projects, young leaders shall be setting up OASA Chapters at pilot educational Institutions.

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    SPACE PIONEERS AND AMBASSADORS – Establishing a Moonbase on the Metaverse  
    (By 2025 perhaps)

    By 2025, mankind is expected to see at least five moon-bases on the lunar surface.  Are we ready?   Can Hong Kong at least create one in Metaverse and democratize space for everyone? What about nanosats - can we now move upstream and help other cities reach into space?

  • OASA Unique Leadership and Digital

    Transformation Programmes...Young Marco Polo Programme

    Young Marco Polo Programme

    Space Accelerator on Earth

    A new business and leadership accelerator program, helping corporates to address new wicked and chaotic challenges such as COVID-19, the Digital Economy by leveraging on the young talents at a university, and by putting everyone through a series of customer and market discoveries. Yes, only at OASA.

     

    The first cohort of three teams has started in Jan 2022. Next recruitment - Summer 2022.

  • The future is now, for us & our next generations. Are you future proof?
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Sensing...Probing...Reframing...Accelerating...Catalysing

  • The New Space Economy Ecosystem

    Together with the right partners we have been traveling faster and now further. The following are sponsors, supporters, and players in the NewSpace economy who share our vision, our values, and our energy. Join us and let's work together to create the next platform for our youth!

    Scientific think tank

    Cyberport

    (Collaborating Partner)

    Co-working Space for Spacefaring companies

    Amazon International Cloud

    Venture Capitalist in the Space Economy

    Developing STEAM Talents

    Innovation Do-Tank

    Professional and Certified Problem Solvers

    Home of the HAM Radio Operators

    CUHK Technology Transfer Office

    CUHK Centre for Entrepreneurship

    City U Knowledge Transfer Office

    Global Talent Developers

    Angels and Venture Capitalists with Roots from Silicon Valley

    Innovation and Research Specialists

    Remote Sensing Experts

    AI and Big Data Specialists

    AI and Voice bots Specialists

    AI, Big Data, and Logistics Experts

    Think Tank for a Smart City

    Smart Healthy Food and Robotics

    AI, Robotics Lab

    Mindfulness and Smart Living Experts

    Professional Architects

    Smart Living and Design Experts

    Smart Food Venture Capitalists

    For Great Families Extending into the NewSpace Economy

    Online Dialogue for Humanity

    Smart Storage...Anywhere

    Smart Talent Hunters

    Dialogue for Space

    Smart Law and Smart Contract

    Developers of Young Talents at HKU

    Venture Debt for Smart Startups

    Smart Talent Hunters

    Insurtech and BlockChain

    Business Angels for Space Ventures. SinoAlpha Ventures Ltd.

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    IOT and Smart Living

    KPMG

     

    Developer of Future Talents

    Venture Capitalists and Space Accelerator

    Traditional Chinese Medicine in Space

    Biotech 

    (Telemedicine)

    The Hong Kong General Chamber of Small and Medium Business

    CUHK School of Hotel & Tourism (Space Tourism)

    Hong Kong New Emerging Technology Education Association

    Remote Screening Platform for Talents

    Classified Group of Restaurants

    Positive Life Association (Kindergarten with Space Ed Programmes)

     

    Inno Space by HKPC

     

    Superl Group of Companies

     

    Popsible NFT for Brand Building

     

    CMG Group of Companies - Life, General, and Family

     

    Institute of Vocational Education

     

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