PechaKucha Night HK - Tue Oct 16, 2012

After a looooong break, we’re back at our beloved first venue, XXX!

Limit 150 people.
Get there early!
By RSVP until 8pm.
Open to all from 8, space permitting.

No refreshments will be sold at the venue.
Map to XXX.

• HUSCHANG POURIAN / Ultraman monsters
• JIANYE LI / Spare works
• SECRET TOUR HONG KONG / Hong Kong’s cultural desert is a good thing
• ZACH HYMAN / Mobile Metis: China in Motion
• TANGRAM / Patterns and Motifs
• MAGGIE BLUE O’HARA / Intentional design
• TOMAS ROSEN / Two-dimensional one-liners
• ADAM NOWEK / Capturing Mobility in the Urbanscape
• YUEN YEUNG / The Last Turner of Prince Edward

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 500+ 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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