You are More than You
BY KELLY BRODERICK
@ VOL 12
ON AUG 26, 2017
A short talk from Kelly Broderick about how we can realise our true identities as presence energy, not only physical bodies. The discovery of our true energy helps empower us to feel more capable and in control of the direction of our lives. The importance of focus inside on yourself helps us use our true energy to truly be present in life & fully experience the present moment more deeply.
BY CAMERON CRAIG
@ VOL 12
ON AUG 26, 2017
In this talk Cameron talks about the One Earth we have. He shares some history about the Earth and outlines some problems it faces if we continue to take from this Earth selfishly. It's not all bad news, Cameron shares some ways to live on this Earth in Harmony with all plants & animals. The future can be bright if we love this Earth.
Keep smiling to open your world to others
Bitcoin #WTF? Saved My Life
BY FREDDIE HEARTLINE
@ VOL 11
ON JUL 22, 2017
"Bitcoin is amazing because it is absolutely the most powerful network in the planet right now."
In "Bitcoin #WTF? Saved My Life" from PechaKucha Night Hanoi Vol. 11, Freddie Heartlinee tells a quick story about how he, a founder of a fledgling and failing start-up, luckily found the investment of a lifetime after spending most of his retirement savings trying to save his company.
The implications of Bitcoin's underlying technology totally blew Freddie Heartlinee's mind - and saved his (financial) life. He is currently as passionate and in love with the technology as he was on that fateful day, at that nerdy little meet-up in Vancouver in 2013.
Tough times don't last, tough men do!
The only certainty in life is the uncertainty of life. When you have an option, choose the best one. When you don't have an option, do your best. If you are positive enough, you will still see the good things in bad times. Every cloud has a silver lining! LQ Chiam explains.
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.