Join us in celebrating International Women's Day with Crystal Kwok – movie star, talk show host, radio personality, stage actress and award winning director.
Recognised for her courage in presenting controversial and sensitive topics, Crystal has led debates on subjects such as parenting, culture, the environment and sex. Crystal will share some fascinating stories about her journey and, in recognition of International Women's Day, will discuss a number of the key women's issues of today.
About the speaker
Crystal Kwok has a BA in theatre arts from the UCLA and an MA from the University of Hong Kong in Literary Studies. Crystal has tackled various sensitive and private issues around women and relationships in her talk show on Cable TV's "Food, Sex and Crystal Kwok" and on her radio program "Kwok Talk". Crystal writes for magazine columns and is a published author. Crystal started her career as a film actress and was cast opposite Jackie Chan in her first film "Dragons Forever", and quickly diversified as a film and theatrical director. Her debut film, "The Mistress", won the audience's choice award at the Deauville Film Festival in 2000. Furthering her exploration on women’s issues, she wrote and staged two black comedies about the aging woman’s body, "Pussycat Theatre".
This is an invitation only event. Seats are limited and on a first-come-first-served basis.