Chat Talk

Chat Talk is a new online, live series to reflect upon a variety of issues arising from this time of crisis. This is an open dialogue for you to participate and contribute to enlighten your days of social distancing.

Let us stay connect with one another and be inspired!
The Chat Talk session(s) will be held LIVE via WebEx.


Every Sunday night

Upcoming Sessions:

June 28th, 2020 (Sun) 9:00pm – 10:30pm (Canada Eastern Time)

逢星期日 9:00-10:30pm (加東時間),6:00-7:30pm (加西時間),
星期一 9:00-10:30am (香港時間)


on WebEx

Please download the Deskstop app or Mobile app in advance to join the event. The access link will be sent to you a few days prior.

使用平台: WebEx,請先下載WebEx app 至桌上電腦或手機


The event has a max. capacity of 20.
Language: Cantonese

名額: 20,先到先得
語言: 粵語

How Much?

It’s Free.

Registration is required. Please register for each session.

費用: 全免


Chat on current issues

Reconnect with Across U-hub old friends and new friends

Exchange insight

Inspire each other

Upcoming Sessions

13th Session

Topic: AI & Pandemic
Speaker: Wilfred Fong
Facilitator: TBA
Language: Cantonese
Date: June 28, 2020 (Sunday)

Prof. Wilfred Fong is the former Chief Information Officer and Director of IT at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies. He is currently an Academic International Program Advisor with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the development of a Data Science program at their School of Information Studies. He is a data analytics instructor with the Hong Kong Management Association. He is on the Advisory Board of the Across U-hub and a program Advisor of Vision Youth.

14th Session

Topic: The Impact of racism on our community II
Speaker: Flora Chong
Facilitator: TBA
Language: Cantonese
Date: July 5, 2020 (Sunday)

Flora Chong was born in Hong Kong and immigrated to Canada in 1987. She earned her Master degree in Social Justice and Education at the Institute of Education, University of London. Currently, she serves as the Executive Director in ALPHA Education. In the past 16 years, Flora has worked with many survivors, scholars and peace activists in Asia and North America in promoting global awareness of the Asia Pacific War in the interest of furthering the values of social justice and humanity education.

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