I think the headline of this article, , is a bit deceiving. It’s really talking about anyone being a citizen scientist, not just the folks from Hong Kong. Regardless, kudos to for his efforts to start this program:
A geologist by training, Gilmore worked for the US Antarctic Programme at McMurdo Station for four years. But since 2004, he has been visiting the continent as an expedition guide, working the “season”, from October to March, when the ice melts enough to allow ships passage.
Does anyone know Bob Gilmore?