The international mostly creative experimental event: Pecha Kucha Night IV is coming on set at TCDC. Pecha Kucha Night
is the creative night in which presenters and much of the audience usually bring their ideas and creative works to informally
show and share with no restrictions on the type of content that could be presented or the presenter oneself. Pecha Kucha
Night actually represents the equally and creatively sharing the ideas.
Pecha Kucha Night was originally started by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham Architects (KDa) in Tokyo, Japan in 2003 as a place for everyone having ideas to meet, network, and show their work in public. They also believed
that creativity will be grown up by sharing and learning creative ideas from others. The phenomenon of
Pecha Kucha has spread virally across the world and has been replicated continuously in over 122 cities stretching over
every continent. The idea behind Pecha Kucha is to create the ideal creative area where all works of designers can be
easily and informally shown and shared to the public within the course of one night.