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My Real Leap of Faith
BY ROBYN DIPPENAAR
@ VOL 9
ON FEB 20, 2017
Robyn Dippenaar's real leap of faith is not when she faced a big change in my life quitting her job, left her country and came to Vietnam, her biggest leap is when she took a chance to talk at this Pechakucha event. She says "Your leap of faith can be as simple as it is but yet still scary when you decide to do so."
How to get inevitable wholistic fitness easily just by being you
BY RACE REDOMRA
@ VOL 20
ON APR 19, 2017
Race Redomra is a Personal Trainer and founder of Star Creatures Wholistic Retreats. Race believes that many suffer from ill health because they don't relate to mainstream fitness practices and beauty marketing images. In this presentation, she shares her simple methodology for wholistic fitness, a method that fits in with "our own unique, authentic, and quirky selves"
I Love You Because: Musicals I could talk about for hours but I won't because this thing has rules
BY MEGAN BARHAM
A heartfelt, high-speed speech full of passion. The part-time actress and full-time fanatic of musical theatre Megan Barham frequently belts out a song while working as De La Warr Pavilion Duty Operations Officer. This is a breakneck introduction to the world of Musicals by someone who eats, sleeps and breathes them! Be warned - she could talk for hours …
Faith and Feminism: Why I No Longer Wear The Tudong
BY KATHRINA MD DAUD
@ VOL 12
ON NOV 26, 2017
Kathrina Md Daud, a lecturer in the University of Brunei Darussalam, explains why she no longer wears the wrap-around head accessory that many have labeled as the symbol of a muslim woman's everlasting faith. From discussing in a feminist book club that she and a friend started to writing and acting in a monologue play with an all-female cast, Kathrina explored and delivered her reasons to the public of why the headscarf is no longer a valid reason to show her belief in Islam.
Black Grief: The Silent Killer
BY RONNIKA WILLIAMS
@ VOL 11
ON DEC 07, 2017
Ronnika Williams is a graduate of Benton Harbor High, Western Michigan University, North Carolina Central University, and the Center for Documentary Studies program at Duke University. Ronnika is a children’s book author, nail polish enthusiast, and she will talk about what inspired her multimedia documentary project about grief in the black community.