Annual TEDxTinHauWomen Event Presents ‘In Bloom’ on Dec. 1
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Annual TEDxTinHauWomen Event Returns Dec. 1

TEDxTinHauWomen presents this year's theme “In Bloom” on Dec. 1 at XiQu Centre, Austin. As the only annual TEDx event dedicated to women in Hong Kong, this year’s talk is a highly anticipated event for networking and finding support in local communities.

When: Dec. 1

Where: TedXTinHauWomen, XiQu Centre, West Kowloon District, 88 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Tickets for “In Bloom” has been sold out, but those who would still like to listen to the presenters can stay tuned here to watch the recorded version as the website is updated. For more information on how to reach the venue, tap here.

This year’s “In Bloom” theme represents perseverance and energy, the catalysts for growth and development as individuals. Much like a blossoming flower, the convergence of open-minded women discussing subjects from crime networks to digital equality, help to facilitate a no judgement zone whilst allowing participants and speakers to engage and emerge ‘ in bloom’ as the year comes to a close.

Boasting a diverse line up of speakers, this years TEDx talk will be featuring Chinali Patel on crime networks, Claudia Chanhoi on taboos, Irene Cheng on designing our way out of waste, and Jen Flowers mediates on lying.

Taura Edgar will speak on silence and who it benefits, Christina Ho on making a practical difference in our lives, Anna Rob on emergency decision making, and Zaf Chow on equality in Web 3.0.

With this incredibly varied range of topics from speakers of different backgrounds, TEDxTinHauWomen invites guests to find stories and ideas that inspire your personal growth journey. The agenda for the event includes networking hours, two live talk sessions, and one fair experience for all participants and guests.

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