Door charge: $5 [It’s FREE if you tell a story!]
Theme of the Night: Malu Lah!
Malay for “shame”, “embarrassment” or “loss of face”.
“When you talk to Jenny, don’t make me malu okay?”
[From the Coxford Singlish Dictionary – http://22.214.171.124/html/lexec.php?op=LexLink&lexicon=lexicon&keyword=MALU]
Ever got yourself in a situation so embarrassing that you just had to bury your head in your hands? Or maybe you just got yourself in a SUPREMELY awkward situation?
For the month of June, we want to hear YOUR stories about the most embarrassing moments in your life. It could be how you made a big business presentation with your fly unzipped. Or it could be about the time you wore a light-coloured skirt/pants and sat on a stained chair, and it looked like you had an “accident”? If you got an awkward moment, TIME TO OWN IT. (Turn that shame into pride!)
Whatever it is, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Story Slam Singapore hosts monthly live story telling events, where only TRUE stories are shared. For everyone who has a tale and for everyone who wants to listen. Everyone has a story, what’s yours?
Your story must fulfill three rules:
- Be a True Story
- Be about 5- 8 min long
- Fit the theme of the night
We are looking for story tellers! To lock down a slot for the night, email your short summary to email@example.com.
Saturday, June 24th
8:00 PM to 10:30 PM
17 Jalan Pinang, Singapore 199149
Have an event? Submit it here
Jun 29th 9:00 am
- Social Morning for Social Enterprises with DBS
A networking and sharing sessions between Social Enterprises. They will also have experts (raiSE, DBS Foundation) sharing their insights on struggles companies may face.
Jun 29th 6:30 pm
- Cloud Transformation & Teaching and Learning in the Cloud
ASU Cloud Transformation & Teaching and Learning in the Cloud
Jun 29th 6:30 pm
- Virtual Reality for Healthcare
TK Ng, CEO of Side Effects Asia Pacific, will share more about their insights and experiences developing cutting edge healthcare and medical VR simulations with the new Samsung Gear VR Controller.
Jun 30th 7:00 pm
- Tech and Insurance Innovation
In June we are exploring the InsurTech space in Singapore and how key industry players are responding to disruptive forces.
Jun 30th 6:30 pm
- Startup Grind Hosts Jun Hasegawa (Omise)
Join us for another fireside chat with Jun Hasegawa, the CEO and founder of Omise, the trusted payments provider for thousands of merchants in Thailand and Japan, and how he lead his company through dynamic growth for the past 4 years.
Jul 1st 3:00 pm
- Books & Beer – We’re Turning SIX!
Singapore’s first traveling book swop turns six! This event will feature a literary-themed whisky appreciation workshop and curated reading by local poet Cyril Wong. Bring up to 10 pre-loved books to exchange with others.
Jul 3rd 6:30 pm
- Social Coding
A space for women coders to learn from each other, to practice and discuss learnings with fellow peers.
Jul 5th 1:30 pm
- Startupbootcamp FinTech Demo Day
Startupbootcamp FinTech Singapore’s Demo Day 2017.
Jul 5th 7:00 pm
We’re looking to increase our contributions to the social sector here in Singapore, and will be having a monthly meeting for volunteers who want to do more.
Jul 5th 7:30 pm
- Hackware v3.2
Hackware is a monthly meetup for developers and enthusiasts to share hacks and developments in the hardware, electronics, IoT scene, promote engineering and build a community.
Jul 6th 7:00 pm
- Serverless Singapore – July Meetup
Where we’re going, we don’t need servers. A meetup about serverless architectures and technologies.