It’s called Pecha Kucha. A Japanese term for chit-chat, Pecha Kucha also refers to a presentation format that allows a speaker to share a lot of ideas quickly.
Not every presenter stayed within the Pecha Kucha format, which was to show 20 slides for 20 seconds each.
But there was a wide range of ideas — some new, some borrowed from other places — suggested for strengthening Toronto’s regional identity and prosperity.
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