A special PechaKucha event as the finale to the 2nd UNESCO Research in Local Cultures and Creativity in Education’s International Arts Education Week, featuring students and faculty from the Hong Kong Institute of Education!
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>> Look who’s talking
Chloe Ching Kiu Wong and Zoe Wing Yin Vong / ARTiViva
Tony Hung Fai Chan and Elaine Yee Ling Wong / Arts Bus
Anita Wing Yi Chu and Carman Ka Man Ching / Chi Hei
Sandra Wing Shan Chan / i-Orchestra and Intelligent & Interactive Keyboard Ensemble
Rowena Ho Ying Ng / Multimedia theatre
Tsz Lam Yip and Tiffany Wing Sum Lau / Muses
Sharon Lok Sze Cheng and Ronald Long Ting Yeung / Flash Mob
Telly Sze Wing Woo / Upcycling

PechaKucha (pe-chak-cha) is Japanese for “chit chat.”

PechaKucha Night was devised by Klein Dytham architecture in Tokyo, 2003, as a networking event for designers to show their work.
Now in 600+ cities, the presentation format is standard worldwide: 20 images x 20 seconds, (a snappy 6 min 40 sec).

PechaKucha is eclectic, fun and full of surprises. In addition to established professionals, the floor is also open to emerging talent, entrepreneurs and students.
PechaKucha Night is a platform for creatives to meet and share ideas with like-minded people in a laid-back setting.

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