Life is fleeting and our time is precious. Steve Vasilion looks at his life, family, and career as part of a continuum, and shares his thoughts about the next generation in “Things Dear to Me.
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BY REMY KROESE
@ VOL 24
ON DEC 09, 2014
The 'Dear Hunter' are architects, but they are different from any other architect office. They're not striving for buildings: they're after the experience of people like you and me, regarding our surroundings. Their philosophy is based on techniques of the hunt.
Hunting transforms all our senses and makes us extremely aware of our surroundings. Through various hunting techniques they don’t hunt deer, but the dearest thing to man: subjective values within the human environment, personals spatial experiences and perception. They gather this information to use it in the fields of architecture, design and urban planning.
Let Me Learn the Lessons You Have Hidden In Every Leaf and Rock
BY MATTHEW DEBARDELABEN
@ VOL 13
ON NOV 11, 2014
Matthew Debardelaben shares excerpts from a short book he is writing for his boys titled, "Let Me Learn the Lessons You Have Hidden In Every Leaf and Rock." The first time we hear grandpa speak he says to the boy, “That which is lacking in the present world is a profound knowledge of the nature of things.” The book follows grandpa and the boys as they experience the world together. The book is being illustrated by Dani Collins.
Coming Out to My Conservative Family
BY RARA RIZAL
@ VOL 21
ON MAR 12, 2015
"Im very honored to be a speaker at this edition of PechaKucha especially since this is the first time I am talking openly and publicly about my life."
In Coming Out to my Convervative Family from Pechakucha Night Jakarta Vol. 21, Rara Rizal shares being open about her sexual orientation since she's 18 years old. Rara tells her story on how it affects her life and most of all, her relationship with her conservative family.
My Dear Enemy
BY TUMBURU GAUTAM
@ MSM GOES PECHAKUCHA
ON MAR 17, 2017
Based on eastern philosophy, the concept of non-violence and pardon consists in adding a flavour and humour for enjoyment as well as transmitting a message of tolerance and humanitarianism. Do not judge people from one angle and always see the positive side of things, says Tumburu Gautam. Learn to see your enemy as an source of inspiration for self-improvement.