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Author | Kikir of the Walking Trees
Christchurch, New Zealand
"If the Gods are watching, then put on a good show."
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About me & my work:
A decade in the music industry led to consulting in the arts and culture sector bringing REMIX to Sydney, a global summit exploring the intersection between Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship.
I also consult in International Government relations with a speciality in international student mobility, scholarships and trade relations.
Recently I have launched global creative crowdsourcing project working with hundreds of readers from 12 countries who are contributing to the creative direction of the next chapter in the series.
The project aims to raise awareness of the 65.3 million* displaced people in the world. We are using the imagination of children to help us with some of the ethical scenarios modern societies are facing. Through a whimsical and spectacularly illustrated story for children set on a pristine island facing loss of habitat by overdevelopment, readers are prompted to discuss the story and answer some questions at the end of the book.
+ REMIX | From the Creators of CultureLabel.com, REMIX explores the intersection between Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship. Tackling the big issues facing the cultural sector through our Global Summits and Academy training.
+ Kikir of the Walking Trees | Stirred by the rising number of displaced children in the world, writer Dee Coleman and artist Elizabeth Mordensky have created an illustrated children's book with a message about tolerance and conservation.
+ Cook My Way | Gastrodiplomacy
+ Lincoln University | Feed the world, protect the future, live well.