Gathering ’11 was an event that brought together leading thinkers, change-makers and collaborators from across Australia and around the world to explore and develop ideas on how to solve today’s most pressing social and environmental challenges, together.
In this series of podcasts I interview the attendees about their personal experiences of Gathering ’11, as a way of exploring these topics further, and of continuing the conversation.
In this episode I talk with Ehon Chan. Ehon is a social entrepreneur, social innovator and digital branding professional. He is the founder of a number of social start-ups and is currently working on a campaign to challenge the stereotype of a what it means to be a “real man”. Ehon spends a couple of days a week in Melbourne, Australia and the rest of his time traveling.
We talk about new media and social change, curation, co-creation and getting shit done.
Please note: We had a few technical glitches recording this episode. Apologies in advance for the less than perfect audio continuity.
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