It's been a while.

It's been a long time since I've blogged and a while since I've given an update to all the CPH gladiators. For this I sincerely apologize. To be honest, it's been a difficult journey and transition with CPH in Hong Kong. Despite all the hardships, CPH is always in my heart and remains a part of my soul.

I have taken the last year away from CPH to pursue a career in HK. Mainly to establish a life for myself in Hong Kong and afford the basics to survive in one of the most expensive cities in the world. Despite the initial challenges of the new job, it's been a wealth of learning in my new role that can only benefit CPH in the future. To say that my current job works on my weaknesses as CEO of CPH is an understatement. I am happy to report that I am excelling and learning new skill sets in my new job, BUT there is permanent hole in my heart that remains unfilled until I get back to CPH. Many opportunities have come to me in my months away from CPH. None that have panned out to provide sustainability to CPH. It is my greatest hope that I can find a way to make CPH stand on its own. Currently, I am trying to work with the Board to find such a way. I would love to be able to go back to Karen State, Myanmar with a proposal that will help the villages and CPH with our solar projects. The Board and I hope that we find a way to involve investors in the form of social enterprise or impact investing. 

Until then, I am excited to keep exploring opportunities and throwing out ideas for CPH. We are still planning to install solar systems to Karen State Villages in Myanmar. We are hopeful that there will be more opportunities to collaborate with the schools and provide more solar systems to students, so that we can further the education for our next generation. That is and will always remain the mission of Clean Power for Humanity. 

Thank you for your support and patience. We could not do this without all of you.