TEDxTinHauWomen Hong Kong 2023 at Xiqu Centre, Nov. 14

TEDxTinHauWomen 2023: 'Two Steps Forward' in Hong Kong This Nov. 14

TEDxTinHauWomen is set to return for their seventh year this Nov. 14 at Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon. As one of the most notable TEDx chapters in Hong Kong, with their event concurring with the global TEDWomen initiative, the local theme for this year's annual event is 'Two Steps Forward.' Aiming to inspire and motivate the audience, nine diverse speakers are set to grace the stage. Tickets for TEDxTinHauWomen 2023 are now available through the Xiqu Centre website.

TEDxTinHauWomen 2023: Two Steps Forward

The theme 'Two Steps Forward' symbolises a journey of progress and empowerment. It embodies the belief that even the smallest forward movement has the power to open up new possibilities and bring about significant transformations.

Going beyond the traditional marketplace, the event will also be hosting a vibrant marketplace where creativity, entrepreneurship, and positive change converge. To give back to the community, female-owned or female-run start-ups and small businesses are offered the opportunity to showcase their endeavours under the event's key pillars, which encompass Community, Networking, and Sustainability.

Through this exploration, attendees are encouraged to embrace a world of endless potential, enabling all to make decisions that will shape their future with confidence and purpose.

TEDxTinHauWomen 2023: Featured Speakers

TEDxTinHauWomen 2023

The TedXTinHauWomen 2023 speakers will share their unique stories and perspectives, with the aim of sparking ideas that inspire attendees to take those two pivotal steps forward. Notably, this year's event will include male speakers, aligning with the ongoing commitment to promote diversity and gender equality. Each of the nine speakers will be introducing a chosen topic that relates to the underpinning theme of moving ‘Two Steps Forward,’ the lineup includes:

Eny Bawse, Domestic Worker and Founder of Self Love Cupid – ‘Supporting Your Home Support System’

Grace Cheng, Founder of Agewhale – ‘The Invisible Second Patient: Finding Joy in Caregiving’

Maaike Steinbach, Sextech Expert and Investor – ‘Women’s Health Can No Longer Wait’

Jen Lam, Actor – ‘The World Needs Authentic Drama Queens’

Laurena Law, Doctor and Co-founder of Choy Sum Health Clinic – ‘Muscle Your Way Through Midlife, Menopause, and Beyond’

Henry Tse, LGBT+ Activist – ‘How One Letter Could Change A Life’

Natalie Chung, Climate Advocate and Co-founder of V’air – ‘The Case for Building Cities’ Climate Resilience, Now’

Sacha Yasumoto, Urban Explorer – ‘Fear of the Abandoned, Love of the Fear’

Septime Webre, Hong Kong Ballet Artistic Director – ‘Ballet as Your Magic Mirror’

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