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Should I Delete My Facebook? - Hanoi Debates @ Sidewalk Hanoi

Humans like to paint the world in black and white. It's often difficult for us to recognize that something can be a powerful tool and simultaneously an engine of chaos. This is certainly the case for social media.

This week the Hanoi Philosophy Forum will host two evenings of discussions, talks, games, music and art exploring the positives and negatives of social media - including connection, addiction, privacy, the echo chamber, and more.

+ A series of lectures and small-group discussions led by Jon Dallas
+ Special music created specifically for tonight's event by Giorgia-May
+ Artwork created for the Forum by Myrthe M Nijs, Olga Raski, Lara Hardie Stewart, Hà Lgr and Lara Ross-Mcglynn, Dino Carobene
+ Haiku and/or Drawing Contest led by Truitt Urbanic and Dakota Lambert
+ Special music written and performed for the Forum by Tabitha Perez and Ian Campbell of TOVA

*Single Entry Fee*
Single admission tickets can be purchased at the door for 70k. If the entry fee restricts your ability to attend, please contact Jon Dallas

*Sustaining Membership*
Membership are available for purchase. 5 entrances any time for 210K (5 entrances for the price of 3, a 40% discount!)

*Vietnamese Discount*
Any Vietnamese guests will receive one-time entry for 40k or Membership for 120k. If any westerner would like to apply for this discounted fee, please contact Jon Dallas.

*Free Thursday Night*
If any guest comes on Wednesday, they will receive free entry on Thursday. Please just show your stamped hand/arm at the front door.

*Late Nights at Puku and Sidewalk*
On Thursdays the event formally concludes at midnight, but Sidewalk Hanoi - Bar / Kitchen / Events stays open until late. On Wednesdays, Puku Café and Sports Bar never closes. You're invited to stay late continuing the conversation into the night.

*Parking*
Parking at Puku costs 10k, but is included in the cost of admission. Please be sure to validate your parking inside!

--THE HANOI PHILOSOPHY FORUM--

The Hanoi Philosophy Forum is a twice weekly, lecture and discussion based exploration of contemporary issues and historic philosophy. Our mission is to build community and overcome cultural barriers by providing space for public civil debate of heated contemporary issues, and to contextualize these debates with lectures and art. Find out more at www.hanoiphilosophyforum.org

YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgfP9hJfLcG_scYbA9XZOgQ

Facebook Group
https://www.facebook.com/groups/hanoiphilosophyforum

Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/hanoiphilosophyforum/

If you have any questions or suggestions, please ask here or contact Jon Dallas at jondallasjr@gmail.com

 

Thursday, 9 May

9:30pm - 1:00am

Sidewalk Hanoi | 123 Au Co, Hanoi

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