PechaKucha Nights – Say hello to presentations you’ll actually love and want more of.


PechaKucha, or chit-chat in Japanese, grew from a single event in Tokyo to a global community of organizers who host PechaKucha Nights in over 900 cities today. At PechaKucha Nights, you’ll hear from speakers in a variety of fields from design, tech, business, architecture, photography, literature, and more, who boldly take the stage to share about their projects, their passion or their causes in a succinct 20 images by 20 seconds format.

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5 tips on using atypical event spaces

George Town Literary Festival - Cafe

Bernice Chauly, the Festival Director of the George Town Literary Festival, spoke at the fifth edition of Backstage Pass in Kuala Lumpur, a community event for organisers to share about her experience with using spaces creatively to host events. Here are 6 understated spaces she’s transformed into effective event venues at the George Town Literary Festival!  Space: […]

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5 point venue checklist to scouting and using unique spaces for events

Adrian Yap, founder of Urbanscapes

At the fifth edition of Backstage Pass in Kuala Lumpur, our community event for organisers, we looked into how unique spaces can be transformed and used as venue spaces for events. From the understated to the under-utilised, Adrian Yap, the founder of Urbanscapes, Malaysia’s most notable home-grown creative annual arts festival, has used many creative spaces that’s lent to […]

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