Sat, 27 Jul | NVPC

Sharing Circle: Give & Receive

You are invited to a sharing session where you learn and share, then experience an hour of Art of Connection. You are welcome to share your stories, skills and initiatives where we could learn together! Join the circle to Give and Receive! As the saying goes, the more we give, the more we receive.
Registration is Closed
Sharing Circle: Give & Receive


27 Jul 2019, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
NVPC, 6 Eu Tong Sen St, 04-88, Singapore 059817


We are happy to share our stories of Give & Receive since we started our very first global event- The World Biggest Eye Contact Experiment in October 2016 with 100 strangers sharing eye contact with each other for 2 hours!

intention is to meet, share and learn among change-makers: entrepreneurs and social innovators, non-profit and business leaders, grassroots activists, healers, artists, teachers and public officials.


Facilitated by Vic Qi & Ca-Ryn

Guest Speakers: Adam from; representative from Alliance for a Responsible Future and more

Entrance: $5 at the door (Free for Good Starters)


1pm - 1:30pm: Intro + Mingle

1:30pm - 3pm: Sharing session + Q&A

3pm - 4pm: Experience The Art of Connection (5 Ways to recharge ourselves)

Art of Connection:

Breath work, Sound Listening, Movement, Eye Gazing, Gratitude


About the host & facilitators

Vic Qi - Social Artist & Co-founder of Reconnect & Recharge, has been hosting social events from small scale to bigger scale for 5 years in Malaysia. From coordinating Southeast Asia Augmented Reality Hunt to coordinating Asia’s World Biggest Eye Contact Experiment. Her journey started with World's Largest Eye Contact Experiment back in October 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, connecting people from public space to private events to universities.

Ca-Ryn - Social Ampersand & Co-founder of Reconnect & Recharge, she conducted a social experiment known as “1,000 Connections in Silence” in 2017 and co-hosted the “World Eye Contact Experiment: KL” in 2018. Lawyer by profession and a practitioner in energy healing and personal empowerment modalities, she has been hosting connection workshops and events in festivals and gave talk to students on mental health awareness and solutions.

This event is co-hosted with A Good Space – where changemakers flourish as a community to imagine and create experiences that expand perspectives across diverse social issues. From Poverty Simulations to a Feast with Seniors, come learn about a wide range of social issues through innovative activities. To learn more and join the community, visit website at:

For partnerships and enquiries, email to We are looking forward to connect you! =)