x = independently organized TED event

Theme: The Future of Fun

This event occurred on
November 24, 2012
5:00pm - 2:00am HKT
(UTC +8hrs)
Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
Hong Kong

The theme of this year is "The Future of Fun" - what do we mean when we say that we have Fun? Is it a feeling? Is it an activity? Is it limited by our own experiences or does it transcend common knowledge?

This year we want to explore the idea of Fun. We have experienced industry experts from all kinds of areas - from the physical aspect of fun such as martial arts, to the trendier and modern digital aspect of fun, and everything in between.

We hope that you will enjoy this event as much as we enjoyed curating it, and are sure that you'll have a fun-filled time.

633 King's Road
Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
See more ­T­E­Dx­Hong­Kong events


Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.

David Gething

Hong Kong based Australian David Gething is a world champion marathon runner. The new winner of World Marathon Challenge 2015 completed 7 marathons in 7 continents in 7 days, and set two new world records during the process.

David Goldsmith

David Goldsmith is Co-founder and President of NY, Hong Kong based Goldsmith Organization, and Buzd, LLC a San Francisco based patent development company, award-winning author of Paid to THINK, engaging keynote speaker, patent holding inventor, former 12-year professor at New York University, serial entrepreneur, and groundbreaking business thought leader.

Mikael Kraemer

Mikael is a fifth-generation art dealer, following a family tradition dating back to 1875. Whilst visiting Singapore in 2012, Mikael conceptualised the The Final 100 Days of the Year of the Dragon and he was instrumental in bringing museum quality 18th century furniture and objet d'art to Singapore, the first of its calibre to be showcased in South-East Asia. This year, Mikael has embarked on the Kraemer Gallery World Tour to achieve his passion of making art, as well as French culture and history, accessible to as many people as possible.

Ronald Li

Professor Ronald Li is the Founding Director of the Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Consortium (SCRMC) and a receiver of the S Y and H Y Cheng Professorship in Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicines at the University of Hong Kong. As an international pioneer in stem cells, Professor Li’s accolades include Best Study of 2005 and Ground-breaking Study of 2006 by the American Heart Association (AHA), Young Investigator Award of 2002 by the Heart Rhythm Society, and the Career Development Award of 2001 by the Cardiac Arrhythmias Research & Education Foundation.

Organizing team


Tai Po, Hong Kong


Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Ivy Shum
    Team member