TEDxYouth@AISHK Tickets on Sale Now!

On Friday, 25 October AISHK will be hosting a TEDxYouth event focused around the theme of ‘Pressing Pause’. Why not broaden your perspectives and attend a fun and engaging event with family and friends? This enlightening evening features a diverse range of special guest speakers including:

David Begbie – Co-founder of Crossroads Foundation, aiding the global community in areas such as welfare, development and relief

J Lou – Influencer

Joonsung Kim – HKU History/Politics students

Rebecca Leung – Influencer/Eating Disorder Survivor and Activist

The event will commence at 6:00pm and conclude at 8:30pm, with attendees arriving at 5:15pm to ensure the event starts on time and everyone is seated comfortably. There will be a photo booth and catered dinner for all to enjoy along with the opportunity to mingle and relax.

About Our Tickets

Student tickets – $150

Adult tickets – $200.

This includes:

– an opportunity to take photos with speakers and friends at the photobooth

– catered dinner with vegan/vegetarian options

– unforgettable speeches by our amazing speakers

These will be available for purchase at our stall during recess weeks 6, 7 and 9 outside the cafeteria for AISHK students and teachers, or you can reserve tickets and pay at the door. Both options require this Google Form to be completed prior to purchasing.

Alternatively, tickets are available at Eventbrite where guests can pay online and will receive an online ticket and QR code – bare in mind there is a small service charge with this process.

There are limited seats available so be sure to get yours now! Keep an eye out for further updates regarding the event, and we hope to see you there.

Kind Regards,


David Begbie:

David Begbie is the cofounder of the Hong Kong based non-profit organization, Crossroads Foundation, aiding the global community in areas such as but not limited to welfare, development and relief.

Rebecca Leung:

Passionate about advocating eating disorder awareness. Rebecca Leung was born and raised in Hong Kong. Last year, she began discussing her experience with eating disorders and her path to recovery through her YouTube channel. Whilst she is a keen mentor, she has a deep appreciation for chocolate and dancing.

J Lou:

J Lou began her youtube career in 2016 and since then has grown her following to over 120,000. She has gained her popularity through viral videos that incorporate her multicultural background in a comedic style, being from Hong Kong and France. The multilingual young woman was born and raised in Hong Kong and continues to vlog her lifestyle and create a platform where young girls can feel motivated and inspired by her content and success.

Joonsung Kim:

A regular Korean student majoring in history and politics in HKU who enjoys eating Sui Mai. His participation in the Candle Movement of South Korea explains his faith in democracy and his passion for advocating the unification of the two Koreas.