For ten years, PechaKucha Bangkok has given the city’s creative set a chance to get together and share their ideas, thoughts, work concepts and even holiday photos. Kick-started in Tokyo in 2005 by architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, PechaKucha is best known for its simple platform where anyone—regardless of sex, age or profession—can present their ideas in 20 photos, each in 20 seconds. The event is carried on at more than 1,000 cities around the world. This year, PechaKucha Night in Bangkok is under the supervision of Serindia Gallery’s Shane Suvikapakornkul, who has invited a cool set of speakers to share their thoughts and ideas—and who knows what else—on stage. More info to be released soon.