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We Hongkongers are enthusiastic about travelling and we trek around the globe. When it comes to travelling within Hong Kong though, we are simply not interested. We never consider the place our first choice as a destination, not to mention digging deeper into it. “What does Hong Kong have to offer?” That’s our question. In “Hong Kong Stories – Rediscover Hong Kong”, guests from various sectors and with different interests and specialties are invited to design “alternative” travel routes toge ...
 
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A conversation with 4 of the core member of Hong Kong Stories about their experiences in the group. The members speaking here are: Kristen, Rachel, Gina and Sheridan. There are more key members who were not part of this conversation but who you will hear more from later. If you want to learn to tell your BEST story, go to the website at www.hongkon…
 
The winner of the senior category in this year's Student Story Slam, Savio, brings his energetic story to the podcast this week. After Savio, Lorelei tells us a captivating story about a person loss. After our two talented students, your host indulges herself by airing her very first speech, written and performed in our living room 35 years ago. If…
 
Sheridan tells of a harrowing time in her life as a foreign correspondent - when an unlocked door changed her fate. Then we relisten to a story from Pamela, about how she took steps to make changes in her life. Sheridan's story was told live at the Hong Kong international Literary Festival show in November of 2020. Pamela told her story in 2019 at …
 
The second year of the Hong Kong Student Story Slam was as brilliant as the first! We were so pleased to have the opportunity to showcase talents from our amazing student population. Our first story on today's podcast is from Nabila about her experience with secondhand, the second is from Karis about a family member and the third is a replay from t…
 
Our second Annual Student Story Slam had the theme of Seconds. Hong Kong Students Harper and Manoela took to the stage to tell us their stories on the theme. Of course, our students all blew our socks off with their stories! Have a listen and if you are interested in telling your story in 2021, check in with the website www.hongkongstories.com in 2…
 
Gina tells us about an awkward moment last Christmas and we relisten to a story from X about something going... well, wrong.If you have a story about an awkward moment in your life, get in touch through the contact us button on our website www.hongkongstories.comEveryone has a story to tell.저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Mustafa tells of of his travels to Germany and we relisten to a story from Erica about a journey she took as a young girl. We tell true, first person stories in front of a live audience in Hong Kong. If you would like to learn how to tell your BEST story, get in touch over the website www.hongkongstories.com…
 
Dennis tells of a friend who turned out to be not much of a friend at all and we relisten to a story from Austin from the HKILF 2017. Find more details of how to tell great stories here: www.hongkongstories.com Find more information about the HKILF here: www.festival.org.hkEveryone has a story to tell.…
 
Rachel tells a story from her working life and we revisit a story from Ross about his work experience. Hong Kong stories tells true, first person stories live before an audience, without notes! Everyone has a story and we love to hear yours! Get in touch through the contact links on the website www.hongkongstories.com…
 
Victoria reads her Love Poem for Granny in the Time of Covid in the studio and we hear a story from Jessica of her family relations. We are starting to have live workshops again - we posted a couple and they are already full! We will be posting more in future. Keep checking the links through www.hongkongstories.com…
 
DJ takes on a journey of love while we revisit a story of another love quest from Jessica. These true, first person stories were told before a live audience in Hong Kong. We are very proud of our Hong Kong community and would love you to become a part of it. You can find details on the website www.hongkongstories.com or email storieshongkong@gmail.…
 
Kristen and Jenn tell a series of stories about living in Hong Kong from a show in 2018 called Permission to Pause. Our next show will be the Student Story Slam on 24 October at the Fringe Club - tickets can be found by following the links at www.hongkongstories.com or ticketflapThen we will have our monthly live show titled Community on 29 October…
 
Vania Chow's project 'Neighbours in Limbo' brings us a story she wrote after listening to the stories of refugees in Hong Kong. The second story today is from Jenn, about the wilds of Hong Kong.The Student Story Slam is coming up in October - get your stories ready now and send them in to us! You can find details on the website www.hongkongstories.…
 
Angela tells us of getting off on the wrong foot and we revisit a story from Madeleine about finding her footing in a new space. These true, first person stories were told live in Hong Kong! You can join our storytelling community too. Go to www.hongkongstories.comEveryone has a story to tell.저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Vania Chow's project 'Neighbours in Limbo' brings us a story she wrote after listening to the stories of refugees in Hong Kong. The second story today is from Austin, about being different while growing up. The student Story Slam is coming up in October - get your stories ready now and send them in to us! Find out more on the website www.hongkongst…
 
Charles explains some working life decisions and Jannita has a story of a job she once had. These true, first person stories were told live in Hong Kong. OUr storytellers are the best and we want to say thanks to everyone who has participated in the past few years! The Student Story Slam is coming up at the End of October - check our website www.ho…
 
Vincent tells his story of finding his voice and we have a story recorded as part of the Hong Kong Spoken Word Festival 2019 from a show by Liars' League HK. The story is called Everybody's Cleopatra, written by Marshal Moore and performed by DJ Hamilton. For more information on Hong Kong Stories including how to get involved with the 2020 Hong Kon…
 
Joy tells us of looking around and making decisions and we revisit a story from Becca about a very difficult day. Our true, first person stories were told before a live audience in Hong kong. If you have a story to tell we would love to hear them - get in touch through our contact page at www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a story to tell.…
 
Sapphire tells of her adventures at the top of a ladder and Kristen tells of her adventures on the plains. These true, first person stories were told in front of a live audience in Hong Kong. Our storytellers come from all walks of life and are very talented people who took a chance and came to a workshop to tell a story. You can get in touch with …
 
Will gives us a tale of some body art from our January 2020 show which had the theme Ready, Steady Go and we enjoy a poem from Nashua Gallagher titled Force Fed. Nashua performed this poem at Spring Cleaning - a show with Peel Street Poetry and Spill Stories as part of the Hong kong Spoken Word Festival in 2019. We look forward to hearing your stor…
 
Fredrick tells us of his adventure in the mountains and X tells of a time when he got in deeper than he expected! If you have a story to tell, you can send us an email at storieshongkong@gmail.com or through the contact us page on our website hongkongstories.com저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Aubrey tells of her exercise regime while living overseas and we revisit Kristen's story of how she keeps fit. These true, first person stories were told before a live audience in Hong Kong. If you would like to hear your BEST story, come along to a workshop and our expert storytellers will help you to refine your own story! Find us at hongkongstor…
 
Suhas tells us of his friendship with a man in a museum and we replay Jacynth's story of looking for love. If you want to learn how to tell your BEST story - then July is going to be your time to shine! Our weekly workshops will be restarting and we look forward to seeing you there. Fine details at www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a story to te…
 
Erin tells us of getting from one place to another and we have a poem from KongPoWriMo's poet Audrey Lee titled august, halfway between. Find out how you could be as good as our storytellers by going to our website www.hongkongstories.comIf you are looking for some amazing poetry you can find KongPoWriMo on their Facebook page.…
 
Wally tells of a time he was off balance and Jenn tells of of searching for some equilibrium. Our workshops will be resuming as soon as it is safe to do so. In the meantime - get all the info you need at www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a story to tell.저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Ella tells us of an experience in a place far away at a time a while ago. You may want to use the facilities before you listen. Hong Kong Stories loves to promote other creative and community based groups in Hong Kong. So we also have a poem - one selected as exemplary from the Kongpowrimo Facebook poetry group. The pome is called “Be Water” - A Mo…
 
Dennis tells us of his struggles to find balance and Kristen tells of her struggles when the balance is overturned. These true, first person stories were told in front of a live audience in Hong Kong. For more information about how YOU can become an amazing storyteller just like these two - go to the website www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a s…
 
Vincent tells us of settling into his home and we have 3 story snippets from our Facebook page sent in by storytellers and guests! For more information and links to all of our activities and information go to the website - www.hongkongstories.comEveryone has a story to tell저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Mehrosh tells about the competitive student life in Hong Kong and Student Story Slam winner Samson tells of an unforgettable trip he went on! Both of these stories were told live at the Student Story Slam Competition in October 2019. If you would like to know more about this year's competition and how you can be a part of it - go to our website www…
 
Matthew tells of his relationship with his dad and Andrea tells us of her mother's curse. Then there is a story snippet from Sheridan! If you want to learn how to tell great stories - get in touch! You can also drop us a 3 - 5 sentence story (story snippet) on our FB page or drop us a line through our website. Links below!www.facebook.com/hongkongs…
 
Our first Hong Kong Stories Student StorySLAM was held in October 2019 - today we have 2 stories from the students and one micro story from a Facebook follower! Matthew tells of a less than confortable night and Julian tells of an adventure he went on. If you want to know more about storytelling in Hong Kong as an adult or a student - go to our web…
 
Madeleine tells of a difficult relationship and Nicole gives us a flavour of Hong Kong. If you want to learn how to tell great stories - get in touch! You can also drop us a 3 - 5 sentence story on our FB page or drop us a line through our website. Links below! https://www.facebook.com/hongkongstoriespagehttp://www.hongkongstories.com/Everyone has …
 
Our first Hong Kong Stories Student StorySLAM was held in October 2019 - today we have 2 stories from the students and one from a teacher! Hilda tells of hidden talents and Manoela tells of a special person. Victoria tells us of an awkward time in her life! If you want to know more about storytelling in Hong Kong as an adult or a student - go to ou…
 
X tells us more of his round the world trip and Kristen tells of a trip that was a lot shorter. We know you have a story to tell - if you want to learn more about getting the best out if your stories - go to www.hongkongstories.comEveryone has a story to tell.저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Katerina tells of an incident that left a lasting impact and Trey tells of how complicated family can be. These true, first person stories were told in Hong Kong. They were both told before alive audience but due to a recording error, Katerina's was rerecorded later in the studio. If you want to learn how to tell your BEST story go to www.hongkongs…
 
Charles tells us about his boundaries and DJ Hamilton performs his poem Spring Cleaning - A Private Tour of the Inner Sanctum. Charles' story was performed live at the Fringe Club in our live show in October 2019. DJ Hamilton's poem was performed at a show by Peel Street Poets and Spill Stories as part of the 2019 Hong Kong Spoken Word Festival. If…
 
Ed tells of an experience that changed his life and Sheridan tells of how communication can be tricky. These true, first person stories were told before live audiences in Hong Kong. To learn more about telling your BEST story, go to www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a story to tell.저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Gina tells of a time when she was faced with a dilemma and Rachel tells of an evening spent with family. These true, first person stories were told before a live audience in Hong Kong. If you want to learn how to tell your BEST story go to hongkongstories.com for details! Everyone has a story to tell.…
 
Katie tells us of an evening in a clew and X tells us of his version of Aesop's fables. These true, first person stories were told live on stage in Hong Kong. If you want to learn how to tell your BEST story, go to www.hongkongstories.com and sign up for one of our free workshops! Everyone has a story to tell.…
 
Hyatt tells of the consequence of her choices and Francis explains why he is sought after as an invitee to a BBQ. These true, first person stories were told before a live audience in Hong Kong - if you want to learn how to tell your BEST story - go to the website at www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a story to tell.…
 
Kristen has a relationship with a few obstacles and Sebastien endures a relationship with his boss. These true first person stories were told before a live audience in Hong Kong! If you want to learn how to tell your BEST story, go to www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a story to tell.저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
Phoenix tells of an early romance, and Mel tells of her apprciation for public furniture. These stories were told in front of a live audience at the Fringe Club in Hong Kong. If you want to learn how to tell YOUR best story, go to www.hongkongstories.com Everyone has a story to tell.저자 Hong Kong Stories
 
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