MAY 06, 2016
JUNE 03, 2015
"We want to turn the Philippines into a powerhouse that can really produce world-class bamboo products for the rest of the world."
In Filipino Bicycles with a Bamboo Soul from Manila, Vol. 5. Social entrepreneur Bryan McClelland showcases Bambikes - bicycles made from bamboo - to promote sustainable, environment-friendly, and high-quality Philippine-made bikes for the world.
Get ready to roll!
MAY 30, 2015
MAY 23, 2015
After five long years, PechaKucha Night Manila is back for Vol. 5! The event which happened last May 22, 2015 at A Space Manila an unforgettable night of inspiration, fun, and energy. We featured some of Manila's most creative and progressive minds, namely graphic novelist and animator Arnold Arre, international designer and KKK CEO Brian Tenorio, writer and JollyRogerRogers founder Karen Kunawicz, social entrepreneur and Bambike founder Bryan Benitez McClelland, Freelancer.com regional director and The Red Whistle admin head Evan Tan, Department of Budget and Management undersecretary Clare Amador, Parkour organizers Kris Bay and Kitty De Leon Ureta, Curiosity founder and design researcher Birdie Salva, and A Space Manila founder Matt Morrison.
APRIL 14, 2011
JANUARY 06, 2010
More PKN Manila Posters
As a follow-up to yesterday's poster for PechaKucha Night in Manila Vol. 1, organizers Marielle Nadal and Dang Sering have sent us two more posters to add to the collection. First is the one that was created for a "pocket event" held on the island of Boracay back in September, and then the poster for last month's Vol. 2. We'll be featuring photos from the December event here later this week.
JANUARY 05, 2010
Poster for PKN Manila Vol. 1
The first PechaKucha Night in Manila was held back in June of 2008 -- which was before we started blogging here -- and after seeing the great poster that was produced for the event, we thought we'd share it now.
DECEMBER 11, 2009
PKN Manila Mascot?
PechaKucha Night in Manila Vol. 2 was held earlier this week -- we can probably expect a photo report sometime soon -- but we just now found the very cute graphic pictured above from the website put together by local organizers to help promote the event. We really love that tiny little figure "informing" us of all the presenters, and hope to see him again when Vol. 3 comes around.