We’re bringing Coconuts Colloquiums to Hong Kong next week, and we’d be chuffed to see you there.
Coconuts Colloquiums is our new event series — the idea simply being: We want to jazz up the format of your typical after-work forum and Happy Hour, put a little of that Coconuts flavor to your post- nine-to-five.
One part powwow (some call this a “panel”), one part mixer-mingler thingy, booze for miles, and that secret sauce that strikes the balance of entertainment and insight. Hopefully, you’ll leave our sessions a little bit more enlightened and a lot more inebriated. Ah, and prizes. We’ve got those, too.
This next edition brings together a panel of well-known personalities from Hong Kong’s dining scene to discuss the following topic:
From star-chasing chefs to food as photo-ops — what happens when we give “Best Of” rankings too much clout? We discuss the good, the bad, and all the dirty deets in between.
Katie Forster, Managing Director at Katherine Amara PR
Owen Gibler, Beverage Director and Principal Bartender at Employees Only Hong Kong
Larry Tang, Founder of Locofama
Moderated by Cindy Kuan, Coconuts Media’s Managing Editor for Food, Lifestyle, and Travel
As with our previous Coconuts Colloquiums, the drinks shall be free-flow, and the complimentary bites, delicious. All on the house. After the talk, we’ll have time to meet and mingle, too.
COCO+ Members are welcome to join all Coconuts Colloquiums events free of charge.
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WHAT: Coconuts Colloquium # 3: The Culture of Tastemaking in Hong Kong (a panel discussion plus launch party with free-flow food, beer, wine, and sodas)
WHEN: Thursday, November 29, 2018 (6.30-9pm)
WHERE: The Hive Sheung Wan
HOW TO ATTEND: Admission is free for COCO+ Members with one guest each, RSVP to email@example.com by November 27. Admission for non-members is HKD 120 via Eventbrite until November 27, or HKD 200 at the door.