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Much more than chit-chat at inaugural PechaKucha

Much more than chit-chat at inaugural PechaKucha

PechaKucha is Japanese for chit-chat. But the inaugural PechaKucha night at The Pomfret Club in downtown Easton June 26 will challenge you to go much deeper than that. PechaKucha (pu-chock-cha) is a night of intellectual exchange, where presenters — creative thinkers and innovators — speak as they show up to 20 photographs that are viewed for 20 seconds each. That results in a total presentation time of 6 minutes and 40 seconds. "This is an opportunity to speak about your passions and let the community know about them," says co-organizer Michael Kiser, vice-president of marketing and communication at Lafayette College. "These aren't slick presenters....

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