PechaKucha Night Shanghai is back !
Shanghai needs more open, informal, fun and non-profit events. That's why we decided to continue what Giel Groothuis started with the first 25 PKNs here in Shanghai.
For the revival we picked a super cool historic theater that was once a temple. The venue may seem a bit out of the way, but don't let that put you off because with a taxi or Subway Line 10 you'll be there in a jiffy.
We'll have nine enthusiastic speakers that will touch upon a broad variety of topics. Part of the fun of PechaKucha is to be surprised by the talks. But if you do want to have a sneak-peak at some of the speakers, scroll all the way down.
We are fully booked!
If you did not register already, please don't come to the event, as the theater will be at maximum capacity. People on the waiting list, please stand by for any last minute notice.
6:30pm Doors open (kitchen/bar open too)
7:30pm Event and presentations start
8:30pm Beverage break
8:45pm Presentations continue
Free seating, come early to secure yourself a (better) seat!
Ok, that's it. Looking forward seeing you all on Thursday evening.
For those who can't contain their curiosity about what to expect on the 14th, here’s our speaker sneak-peak:
Visual artist, curator, traveler
Talk: 18730km ,dagger, vodka
Camel Group, Bull & Claw, epicurean
Talk: food, food, food
Fenoier, Jumei, Wooz
Talk: wood, craftsmanship, furniture
Entrepreneur, Refuture, Chirpary
Talk: life, redesign, btw...
Bas van Hoeve
Design2Gather, industrial design, idea generation
Talk: design, change, society
Healthcare, software, data science
Talk: genome, lifestyle, health
Joost van den Hoek
European, Asian, Urbanist
Talk: car, bike, city
Michael Rahill and Sara Holbery
Architects, artists, amateur anthropologists
Talk: indigenous, culture, construction
American, event producer, DJ
Talk: North Korea, first DJ, roller coaster