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A Trip to North Korea
BY HEATHER DOUGLAS
@ VOL 1
ON SEP 13, 2017
"It was just all starting to become so tangible to me that I was probably somewhere where I should not be."
In "A Trip to North Korea" from PechaKucha Night Sault Ste. Marie Vol. 1, Heather Douglas shares her remarkable experience in traveling from Seoul to North Korea and how it changed her overall perspective on North Korean society.
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People's History Museum
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North Australian Agriculture
BY KEITH NOBLE
@ VOL 5
ON JUN 05, 2014
North Australia is agog with talk of an agricultural expansion and becoming Asia's food bowl. Is itreally that simple?
Keith Noble describes the ups and downs of getting into the agricultre field. Australia will be the leading country feeding Asia by 2020, but will face problems in the fact that the northern regions are the only parts that can be farmed, but face natural disasters continuously, while the rest of the country is desert and or inhabitable.
Pickle Ball: North America's Fastest Growing Sport
BY ALLEN CLASS
@ VOL 6
ON FEB 06, 2015
Allen Class introduce us to the fastest growing sport in America, Pickleball. He discuss the history of this sport as well as how to play it.
Exploring North Queensland by Paraglider
BY ALLEN WEYNBERG
@ VOL 10
ON DEC 03, 2015
Allen Weynberg learnt to paraglide in the UK in 1994. A father of three, he has juggled his time for the last two decades and maintained some kind of presence in the air. He now teaches full time in North Queensland and explores the wild surroundings by paraglider whenever he can escape.
Upside Down in Korea
BY HEATHER FISHER
@ VOL 6
ON DEC 01, 2015
Heather Fisher is a mother, wife, and teacher who loves to learn new things, read, and walk. She lived in South Korea for 4 years with her family where she was an unintentional cross-cultural disaster and an inept language learner who still managed to be an English teacher, university professor, freelance editor and writer, corporate marketing executive, ESL curriculum writer, and homeschooling mother.
I didn't teach in the DPRK. It taught me.
BY WILL GOURLEY
@ VOL 10
ON JAN 22, 2016
Former entrepreneur and radio newsman, now teacher, Will Gourley blogs about Modern Learning and classroom life. His presentation shares his experiences, images and stories from the classroom, DMZ and everywhere in between from his trip to the DPRK.
The pleasures of road running in Pyongyang
BY VERA SCHOLZ
@ VOL 7
ON SEP 14, 2017
Vera Scholz’s evocation of the 'pleasures’ associated with running in North Korea don’t exactly fit the stereotypical lens through which we are encouraged to view this somewhat secretive country. As this story unravels we learn the running event is secondary to Vera’s “self-delusional quest to look behind the scenes”, as she so succinctly expresses it. This captivating narrative is embedded in every image.
A Magical Trip of a Lifetime
BY TARA CASAGRANDE
@ VOL 3
ON MAR 19, 2019
What did you do last summer? Tara Casagrande is a yoga teacher who took a magical trip of a lifetime to China, Mongolia, and Korea last summer with her three children. Her adventures included riding on a yak, eating live octopus, and doing a yoga pose in front of a temple.
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PechaKucha in Fayetteville NC
We know, we know! Traditionally, PechaKucha is known for being held in bars and bohemian hubs around the world and NOT at non-profit coffee shops in The Middle of Nowhere, North Carolina. So the questions are going to start pouring in: Why did you decide to host PechaKucha at Detour Coffee House? What made you people think you'd be successful at it? What does this have to do with your mission? WHAT ABOUT "BEER BREAKS"??? These are all valid questions and we'd like to take an opportunity to... explain ourselves. Detour Coffee House is a true competitor amongst coffee houses in Fayetteville NC. However we have a mission that is slightly beyond serving coffee with excellence. In its simplest terms, that mission is to help people connect as a community around world-friendly products. That's it! To this end we try to do a few things: Direct Trade Coffee - We only serve two brands of coffee at Detour Coffee House (Joe van Gogh and Land of a Thousand Hills). Both of these brands have gone above and beyond when choosing coffees that aren't only among the best in the world, but also socially and economically conscious. To match, our baristas are extensively trained because our espresso machines aren't automated and our coffee is made by hand using a traditional pour-over method. In other words, our baristas are true coffee experts working with some of the best ingredients in the world. Community Center - Here's a confession for you. Detour Coffee House is really an undercover community center. But not in the sense of weekly fish fries or local government meetings (even though we're ok with that!). We aim to make Detour a place where people can connect with each other to share ideas, knowledge, fellowship and other things in the name of community. Since World War II, people have increasingly separated themselves physically (i.e. higher fences, closed-in garages, fewer local markets, etc.). We feel that there is a tendency our present world to live independently of each other and if we fail to do so, we are portrayed as failures. We believe fully that our strengths come from connections and from working together as our ancestors did so many years ago. Yes, even in this age of incredible technologies - we need each other. Local Music - Few things define communities as well as its music and culture. That's why Detour Coffee House continues to organize events around things like music, comedy and other artistic disciplines. We host open mics, featured artists and other MOSTLY family-friendly music events in Fayetteville NC. Family Fun - Detour pushes forward to create new creative ways and new reasons for people to connect. We have weekly Family Nights and other events that are intended to be wonderful fresh new ways for families to come out and enjoy some fun things to do. These are only SOME of the ways that we are trying to make a positive impact on the Fayetteville community. PechaKucha-Fayetteville will bring a whole new community of people together to simply... share ideas, visions, skills and experiences. That's what it's all about. Drawing inspiration from each other and finding new ways to help and grow with one another. We'll see you there! Thanks for reading.
Creating new photo albums for families who lost theirs in natural disasters; this is Photohoku. Brian Scott Peterson and Yuko Yoshikawa go into depth on Photohoku: a photographic movement founded in response to the giant earthquake that shook Japan in 2011. In "Photohoku 2.0" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 116 we see it's now a movement whereby photographers take photos of families affected by disasters, and give the photo albums back to the families themselves. It has grown into a global photo-giving, fundraising movement and has spread to the US, the Philippines, Australia, Korea, and many more.
City Focus: The North Pole
It's a little known fact that one of the most active cities in the PechaKucha Global Network is also one of the most remote, all the way at the North Pole. Our organizer up there is a bit of a mysterious fellow, goes by the name of "Sam Klaus" and apperently uses PKN as an innovation tool for his employees, which are said to number in the 1000's. Keep it up, Sam!
“We gave out over 1000 albums and 10,000 portraits. We’ve involved 300 volunteers and 1000+ supporters. ” Featuring again, Photohoku 2.0, An update from the 2013 PechaKucha Inspire presentation, Brian Scott Peterson and Yuko Yoshikawa go into depth on their Photohoku project. This photographic movement was founded in response to the giant earthquake that shook Japan in 2011. It's now a movement whereby photographers take photos of families affected by disasters, and give the photo albums back to the families themselves. It has grown into a global photo-giving, fundraising movement and has spread to the US, the Philippines, Australia, Korea, and many more.
Jewel of North Queensland
We came together with the common bond for all things creative and community. We believe in the power of shared story; rewarding or challenging, humorous or heart-wrenching, all are worthy of our attention." In Jewel of North Queensland from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 134, presenters Cathy-Ann Kerr and Angie Quinn share their home city of Cairns and the spirit of it's people that make the community so special there. From their proximity to the great barrier reef, to their culturally rich heritage, from their deep connection to their natural world, to the busting art and nightlife scene, the city provides so much that the great land down under has to offer. With a such an abundance of passionate people, beautiful landscape, and creative talent, PechaKucha Night Cairns is in an optimal location to bring people together.
PKN People: Cathy-Ann and Angie
G'day Mates! PechaKucha is right smitten with these two brill Sheilas from Down Under who run the legendary PechaKucha Night series in Cairns. The "Queens of North Queensland," Cathy-Ann Kerr and Angie Quinn are so full of Aussie charm and humor, it's no wonder their magnetic personalities attract all the tradies & their ladies. On ya lasses!
Cascade Artist Studio
"The work in the studio is very varied and I think that reflects the different artists." In Cascade Artist Studio from PechaKucha Night Blue Mountain Vol. 9, Artist Jacqueline Spedding introduces the warehouse she and a friend recently transformed into a working studio space in 2012. Cascade Studio in Blue Mountains hosts a range of talented artists- the most recent visiting artist came from South Korea.
A Trip to North Korea
"It was just all starting to become so tangible to me that I was probably somewhere where I should not be." In "A Trip to North Korea" from PechaKucha Night Sault Ste. Marie Vol. 1, Heather Douglas shares her remarkable experience in traveling from Seoul to North Korea and how it changed her overall perspective on North Korean society.
PechaKucha Night Townsville VOL. 19 IYOR
Be part of saving our coral reef ecosystems in this, the third International Year of the Reef 2018(IYOR 2018) - see you at our special PechaKucha Night Townsville's VOL. 19 IYOR event! When: Thursday September 20, 2018 - the bar opens @ 6pm and talks kick off @ 6:30pm Where: Dance North, cnr. Stanley Street and Walker Street, Townsville City Tickets: $5 at the Door Lucky door prize: Studio Kaz "Reef" art glass