PechaKucha Night HK drops in on the 2013 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (Hong Kong)

How to get to the Kwun Tong Ferry Pier [觀塘碼頭]
There is no street address.
It is accessible directly:
1/ from the ferry coming from North Point;
2/ on foot from the end of Hoi Bun Road; or
3/ from the pedestrian overpass connecting to the Manulife Financial Centre on Wai Yip Street
Map to the Kwun Tong Ferry Pier

You can also buy drinks (and food) from the KWUN TONG FERRY COOKED FOOD MARKET just before you enter the site… The restaurant at the end of the hall on the left will be selling beer cheap! (In case you’re wondering: San Miguel, Blue Girl & Pabst Blue Ribbon in cans – if that’s not your thing, then BYO!)

Look who’s talking

Alberto Cipriani / RAD – Left Over City
Joseph Ng / Harbour Runners
Dylan Baker-Rice / Micro-Housing for a Quarter Million People
Yan Fong / Disappearing Memory Series
Richie Gelles / Moving Cities

Kevin Lynch / Yearbnb: Spending a year in apartments throughout Hong Kong
Aric Chen / Building M+
Kacey Wong / Art & Politics
Canny Ma / Beautiful Sai Wan
Jason Dembski & Jordan Kostelac / Blue Roof – Space is Limited

Speaker list is full.
If you’d like to speak at a future event, please email the following info:
1/ Names and email addresses of each person speaking
2/ Web site / URL for more info (one link only)
3/ A few words about yourself
4/ Presentation title
5/ Profile link for the Global PechaKucha page
Create your profile page (don’t forget to add a photo)

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

PechaKucha Night was devised by Klein Dytham architecture in Tokyo, 2003, as an event for young designers to present their work. Now in 700+ cities worldwide, the event has one simple rule: stick to the signature format of 20 images x 20 seconds. From emerging talent to established professionals, anyone can take the floor.


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