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Past Hanoi Event: VOL 10

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VOL 10

June 24, 2017
@ The Rotten Grapes Theater

Are you seeking to meet creative and awesome people? Do you love to hear cool ideas and stories of others? Are you interested in sharing your stories and experiences with others in a fun, relaxed and interesting way? 
If you firmly say YES, you are invited to our PechaKucha Night on Jun 24th. 

The theme for this coming Pecha Kucha Night is YES AND... What story or idea triggers in you when you see this theme? Are you willing to share with the community? 

Register to be a participant or presenter: https://goo.gl/forms/u2ALlm1UGV2WCye42

And hold on there, if you are new to Pecha Kucha format, we are explaining below:

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WHAT IS PECHA KUCHA?
Pecha Kucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. The first Pecha Kucha Night was organized in Tokyo in 2003, and has gone virally to more than 900 cities all over the world now. 
In a word, Pecha Kucha Night is an informal and fun event for people to relax, learn, share and connect all at the same time.

You can watch PechaKucha Talks from our last event here:https://goo.gl/FjYozI
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WOW HOW COOL!!! WHAT KIND OF STORIES CAN I EXPECT?
Literally anything that people think worth sharing: a personal story, an idea, a product or project, some interesting snaps of your last adventure, etc. Think of it like a box of chocolate.
In each Pecha Kucha Night Hanoi, we will listen to 5-6 stories, and have time to mingle with everyone in the room. 

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I LOVE IT ALREADY! CAN I SHARE MY STORY?
Absolutely! And don’t let the word “presentation” scare you away. The beauty of Pecha Kucha is that anyone can present!
Each meetup will come with a theme (because limitation encourages creativity). Listen to yourself to see if the theme triggers any story or idea in you. Then if you are ready, register with the organizers through Google Form. The stories are chosen to present based on the diversity of ideas, people, topics, it’s not that one story is better than others. 

I'M READY. LET'S MEET!
We’re ready too. Please find below details of time and location for Pecha Kucha Hanoi Vol.10


⋆ Time: 8 PM – 10 PM, Saturday Jun 24th, 2017
⋆ Location: The Rotten Grapes Theater, Level 2, 101A Nguyen Khuyen
⋆ Theme: YES AND...

⋆ Register be a participant or presenter: https://goo.gl/forms/u2ALlm1UGV2WCye42

Contact: Long Le (0968246155 / longrubik@gmail.com)
⋆ Language in presentations: English
⋆ Financial contribution: 100k VND/person (pay at door), which includes one free drink (Beer, water or softdrink) 

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*** Pecha Kucha Hanoi is organized by some cool gangs from different working fields. The events are totally not-for-profit, all financial contribution is spent on organizing the events and buying coffee for organizers when they work on this. 
*** Database of your contact details will not be used for any purpose but informing about updates of Pecha Kucha Hanoi

 

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Say yes before saying no

BY GIANG PHUNG
@ VOL 10 ON JUN 24, 2017

How saying Yes helps Giang Phung explore limits and get better at saying No.

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The perceived and believed

BY DYLAN HALES
@ VOL 10 ON JUN 24, 2017

Dylan Hales shares his idea about perspectives and how we can connect more to each other by remove the "curtain" betweet each other.

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The 3 Yes's

BY ZACH PINSON
@ VOL 10 ON JUN 24, 2017

Zach Pinson discusses the problem with saying yes to everything, and how to decide what to say yes to.

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Back of a Bike: An outsider’s observation of Vietnamese bike culture

BY HUREN MARSH
@ VOL 10 ON JUN 24, 2017

To an outsider -from the UK- coming in Hanoi the motorbike immediately establishes itself as major player in the city’s fast-paced urban landscape and it soon becomes apparent that it is not just used as a mode of personal transport. Casting an anthropological eye on the various aspects of the motorbike in Hanoi’s life, Huren Marsh soon began to observe what can only be described as a ‘bike culture’. Huren shares some of these cultural elements and how they led him to creating an exhibition to share these observations in a light-hearted presentation of photographs, texts, props and moving images. 

Dylan Hales
Experiancer , Life in Hanoi
Zach Pinson
Teacher teacher // I teach teachers, Freelance in Hanoi
Giang Phung
Startup co-founder, English teacher in Hanoi
Huren Marsh
Lecturer, Designer, Curator, not applicable in London