Tobias Mueller explores the city of Erlangen, Germany. He also talks about the innovative and economic impact this small city have on the global market.
Tom Kwan talks about his success in setting up Guangzhou first Pechakucha night event. The Pechakucha event was able to bring together many creative artists from all over Guangzhou China.
Thomas Maile talks about the culture and lifestyle of the small town of Aalen in Germany. He also speaks about his passion and discovery for Pechakucha.
Lyall Bruce explores the town of Dundee in Scotland. He talks about the landscape, architect, and cultural history of his beloved city.
Leslie Tsai talks about the wonderful culture of Taiwan. He encourages many people to visit this great country with its many different customs and art.
Huschang Pourian and Sonia Chow speak about the art and design culture of Hong Kong. They explore the urban, nittiest and grittiest sections of this wonderful city.
Emma Exley talks about her experience in launching up her first Pechakucha in Brooklyn, New York. She also speaks about how she was able to inspire a friend from Quito to get involved in Pechakucha.
Heba Faheem and Elyas Khan talks about the issue and success of launching Pechakucha in Aden. They go through a detailed step by step process of launching a vol. 1 in Yeman.
Eric Luong and Ariya Sasaki talks about the many myth and stereotypical image in Kyoto. They debunk and reveal the story behind many of Kyoto culural myths
Anat Safran explores the culture and creative projects of Tel Aviv. These project included junk art, urban architecture, and music performances.
Alok NANDI talks about culture and inspiration of storytelling from all over the world. He also focuses on connecting storytelling to the inspiration of food, transportation, balance and urban innovation.
Darly Mitchell talks about the mission of COTONOHA, which is to encourage more artist to display their work publicly in Okinawa. He also explores the tradition and modern art culture of Okinawa.