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[Nov. 30th] We Need To Talk - TEDxCityUHongKong

TEDxCityUHongKong

Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM (HKT)

[Nov. 30th] We Need To Talk - TEDxCityUHongKong

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Emergency Notes

Dear attendants, speakers, and our members,

Thank you for your interest and dedication for our event. Due to the current unstable condition in Hong Kong, we must consider the safety first. Therefore, the Nov. 30th TEDx Event will be cancelled. Thanks again, and we will update you if there is any new decision coming up. Be safe and sound.

Event Detail

Date: November 30th (Sat)
Registration Period: 12:15-12:45 P.M.
Show Time: 1:00-4:30 P.M.
Venue: Joseph Lee Hall, Lt-3505, 3/F, Li Academic Building(AC2), City University of Hong Kong (MTR Kowloon Tong Station Exit C)

Introduction

Hello, we are TEDxCityUHongKong

Welcome to our 2019 TEDx Event - We need to talk

TEDxCityUHongKong is a space to engage in important dialogue about the changes in our society and its path forward

Come join us this year as we bring to you an event featuring topics about important trends, behaviors and needs within our society that is manifesting in our world today and will continue to alter our global society for the future generations that follow.

Speaker Bio

Tricia Yap

Tricia Yap is the founder of the Goji Elite (formerly known as Warrior Academy), former Director of Fitness at Goji Studios, and a strength, nutrition and functional medicine coach. Her first venture, an all-female health and wellness community called Bikini Fit, combined with her experience as one of the pioneers of female mixed martial arts in Hong Kong has launched her as a key advocate for female empowerment and an influencer in the women’s wellness space. 


Olivia Cotes-James

Olivia is the founder and CEO of LUÜNA naturals, Asia’s first female-led period care company, on a mission to create healthy and planet-friendly periods. In 2015 her work took her to Shanghai where, alongside her full-time job, she began research into menstrual health in Asia. This research spanned the following 4 years, during which time she came to deeply understand how the lack of education around period health and unhealthy products negatively impacts the lives of women & girls across the region. 


Brian Lau

Brian was a male gender at birth but later discovered about his intersex gender as feminine features started developing during puberty. Despite the stigmatization and oppression that came with making sense of his/her identity, Brian was determined to pursue acting and has found a sense of belonging in the world of theatre. Brian is passionate and determined in using theatre as a transformative tool to guide young minds of different backgrounds to think out of the box and unfurl their imagination.


JT Singh

JT Singh is a Canadian media artist and urban futurist focused on bridging the gaps between digital tech, urban development, and wellbeing, with a special focus on mental health. As an urbanist, he dynamically advises those responsible for shaping our cities for the better through interventions of urban design, planning, culture, and policy. He's also a globally recognizable media artist whose pioneering films have profoundly captured the socio-economic nature of cities around the world. His work has been featured in thousands of media publications, including the BBC, Time, National Geographic, Vice, CNN, Washington Post, Al Jazeera, Mashable, Quartz, China Daily, The Guardian, etc.


Aditi Wanchoo

Aditi Wanchoo joined adidas in 2015 where she is responsible for the company’s modern slavery outreach program to assess and address potential human rights risks for adidas’ upstream supply chain, globally. Her previous roles range from establishing fundraising processes for Greenpeace, an international environmental non-profit to leading the resource development function at Leonard Cheshire International, a global disability rights non-profit to generating advertising sales for a commercial radio station, formerly managed by BBC worldwide.


Ada Sin

Ada Sin is a Senior Service Designer at MAKE Studios, a strategic design company. She works with clients in bi-lingual contexts to bridge understanding, build connection and engage clients in what it takes to capture and create value for customers, employees, and partners.  Her holistic approach ranges from systems-level interventions to screen-based interactions that resonate on both a behavioral and human level.

 

 

Terms and Conditions

1. The application will be confirmed by an email sent by Eventbrite with a verification QR code.

2. Your ticket will be considered invalid at 12:45 and will be re-assigned to a walk in attendee. We request that you plan your time ahead so as to maintain your seat.

***For any enquiry, please contact: info@tedxcityuhongkong.com


FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
You can reach our City University campus through MTR Kowloon Station (Exit C). Unfortunatly, we are unable to provide parking spaces, but you can park at the mall (mall parking fee applicable).  

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For any queries and requests, please email us at info@tedxcityuhongkong.com. Alternativley you can reach us at our Facebook or our Instagram and our team will get back to you asap.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nope! you do not need to print out your ticket, your email confirmation from eventbrite is all we need. 

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
Your ticket is not transferrable, however if you can not attended our event please cancel your ticket so that we can re-assign it to someone else. In case you want to bring along a friend that doesnt have a ticket yet, they can still come for registration as we will have a few walk-in tickets available. 

 

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Ac2 Joseph Lee Hall
LT-3505, 3/F, Li Dak Sum Academic Building (AC2)
City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong

Hong Kong SAR China

Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM (HKT)


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TEDxCityUHongKong

We are a dedicated group of students at City University of Hong Kong with a mission to spread ideas worth sharing. It has been a treasuring experience for the last three years as we gathered to establish a community driven by each of our member's differences and compassion. We strive to bring innovative ideas to the discussion, and from that, we seek to learn something new every day.

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