PechaKucha Night Vol 7 - Journeys

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The PechaKucha Night that took place in the Nanaimo Museum on November 19th was a collaboration between the World Leisure Centre of Excellence and the second-year students of the Tourism Program. The students were responsible for organizing and running the event as their learning practice related to the Event Planning course.

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The topic of this edition was Journeys: Mobility and Metaphor, a PechaKucha night that explored how we move and are moved, whether through a transformative travel tale, unexpected adventure, or a spiritual quest. Eight speakers shared their inspiring stories with a full audience:

Liam Perison – Personal Value Systems; Colin Bender – Vulnerability Challenge; Archie Ferguson – Not quite the first Scot in Canada; Jay Flett – My story, my journey; Brook Pearce - The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single story; Christopher Brown – Community Farming; Shawn Corrigan – Crossroads; Farhad Moghimehfar.

The World Leisure Centre of Excellence would like to thank everyone, speakers, audience, and the students, who contributed to the success of PechaKucha Night - Vol 7. 

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