Kyle McLain is a longtime fan of all things Nintendo, and in this presentation he takes a look at video gaming's favorite sidekick, Luigi!
PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public.
PKNs are usually held in the local language (or using a bilingual mix), and so our presentation archive is made up of quite the international variety. To make these more accessible to a global audience, we have begun adding English subtitles on select presentations.
Graduate student Susannah Acuff talks about her journey from pre-med to anthropology. She began by shadowing her grandfather, a physician, in free clinics, and examined the cultural opinions and use of health care and insurance, which eventually led her to Africa, where she examined alternative models for health insurance, instead of the for-profit model found in the United States.
Beautiful photographs by Jim Tanton, email@example.com
Donations for bed nets at http://www.matregroup.org/
Solar lamp program https://sites.google.com/site/tuchwemuproject/
Kenichi Asano, who currently works at repairing Buddha statues, talks about his endeavors with karakuri puppets. He employs traditional japanese statuemaking techniques, but produces more modern figures, from robots to popular video game characters. (in Japanese)
"Presentation of the Day" on May 17, 2013.