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TEDxTinHauWomen Event At Xiqu Centre November 2023

A Day Of Talks, Experiences, Networking And Discussions On “In Bloom”

2023 Nov 14

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Hot off the press! TEDxTinHauWomen is back with an afternoon packed full of inspirational speakers, sponsored community zones, and a selection of unique vendors.

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The scoop?

  • THE THEME:  “Two Steps Forward” – the diverse group of speakers will bring together the theme into their talks with a focus on what really counts – with every step forward, new paths are revealed. We simply can’t wait!
  • THE EVENT DETAILS:  Ticket holders can enjoy the following…
    • Access to watch 9 unique speaker talks – prepare to be inspired!
    • Networking between talks – interactive showcases, specially created art, experiences both in and outside the theater, and more!
  • THE LOCATION:  The oh-so-amazing Xiqu Centre will once again host this year’s event. Located in the West Kowloon Cultural District (above the Austin MTR Station), this world-class design venue will play host to 9 speakers, networking opportunities, community events, and more.
  • WHEN/TICKETS: November 14, 2023, from 1:00pm – 7:00pm (with a one-hour intermission).  For tickets, click here!

Who are the speakers at The 2023 TEDxTinHauWomen?

  • Grace Cheng: Grace Cheng is a social impact advocate who shares her personal experience as a caregiver for her grandparents. She emphasizes the importance of preparation and support in transforming caregiving into a fulfilling experience. Grace founded Agewhale, a startup focused on innovative solutions for elderly care.
  • Eny Bawse: Eny Bawse is a domestic worker and advocate for domestic workers’ well-being. Her talk sheds light on the challenges faced by domestic helpers and emphasizes the need for appreciation and respect for their work. Eny founded Self Love Cupid to promote mental well-being among domestic workers.
  • Laurena Law: Dr. Laurena Law focuses on women’s health through menopause and midlife. She highlights the issue of sarcopenia in women during menopause and advocates for weight training as a way to combat fractures, alleviate menopausal challenges, and enhance self-confidence and cognitive abilities.
  • Jen Lam: Jen Lam is an actor, writer, and director who believes in the power of storytelling to inspire change. Her solo performance explores the connection and inspiration that can be derived from ordinary stories. Jen has an extensive portfolio of theatrical works and has been recognized for her performances.
  • Natalie Chung: Natalie Chung is a climate advocate who emphasizes the need for cities to build climate resilience. She draws inspiration from ocean-climate resolutions and advises concrete steps for Hong Kong to protect the oceans and face future climate disasters. Natalie is involved in promoting sustainable tourism and accelerating carbon neutrality.
  • Henry Tse: Henry Tse is an LGBT+ activist who shares his experience fighting for transgender rights in Hong Kong. He emphasizes the importance of having identification documents that reflect one’s true identity and advocates for gender inclusivity in Asia. Henry founded Transgender Equality Hong Kong and received recognition for his work.
  • Maaike Steinebach: Maaike Steinebach is dedicated to improving women’s health in Asia through technology. She joined FemTech Association Asia to build a network and advisory for the femtech industry. Maaike is also an advisor and investor in sextech start-ups and advocates for closing the gender health gap.
  • Sacha Yasumoto: Sacha Yasumoto is an interior designer and adventurer who discovered a passion for urban exploration during the COVID-19 lockdown. She documents Hong Kong’s abandoned buildings, raising awareness of their historical significance and capturing their stories through photography.
  • Septime Webre: Septime Webre is an internationally recognized ballet director, choreographer, and advocate. As the Artistic Director of the Hong Kong Ballet, he discusses the evolving roles of women in ballet and the power of works that reflect the specificities of a place. Septime believes that ballet can serve as a mirror reflecting the audience’s ideal selves and the world around them.

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