Clay Vision Board: Create A New Vision for Urban Life Post-MCO

When Covid 19 pandemic and Movement Control Order derailed our tracks and plans in 2020, we found ourselves in a place to accept and adapt to the new norm.

These changes may have opened up new spaces in your daily life where you create new and interesting experiences, or it may have invited you to step out of your comfort zone and deal with new challenges.

Now that we are all moving on with life post-MCO, what are the new insights you’ve drawn to give you strength in moving forward?

In this session, we invite you to reflect, express and narrate what this journey means to you and how it influences your vision for the path forward, be it your personal life, career or community.

We will have a set of safety guidelines to ensure that our community comes together and connects in a safe environment!


How does it work?

We’ll start with personal reflection through group discussion and create a personal vision board using colourful clay, and end with a sharing session.

How much does it cost?
Ticket: RM 25 (ends on 14th Aug, Fri)
* All materials and light refreshment will be provided
* Limited to 12 pax only.

Where does your contribution go?
Your contribution will support the content creators to keep producing quality contents, as well as the OYS team running behind the scene to curate experiences while engaging the community.

3.00 – 3.30 Introduction & Ice-breaking
3.30 – 4.00 Reflection
4.00 – 5.00 Create vision board
5.00 – 5.30 Sharing & Bon Appetit

Who should join?
Anyone who is open to share, eager to learn, and happy to meet new people.


Beckham Chua Ghee Wen
Beckham enjoys carving new changes in teaching and empowerment. He believes that youth and people development are important pillars that enable a society to prosper. Through creativity and freedom of expression, we are able to create value and to see that value being passed from one to another.

Thye Zhe Hui
Hui is a graphic designer and illustrator who enjoys creating at the edge of businesses and arts. He has the vision to create visuals inspired by authenticity and spiritual perspective to uplift collective consciousness.

Yong Tien Cin
Tien is passionate about nutrition, health and fitness coaching, yoga as well as other components of overall wellness. She strives to help others build better relationships, not just with other human beings; but also with food, exercise, the surrounding nature and most importantly, ourselves.


Own Your Story (OYS) is a community-run platform that advocates freedom of thought, freedom of expression and freedom of choice through 'fun, explorative and experiential' activities. Our mission is to create a safe space that empowers self-expression, exploration and growth, building authentic connection in the process.

Venue Host
Mano Thinking is the first magazine library in KL downtown that provides this urban city a reading space. We hope to promote reading in this city, in conjunction with lifestyle and home living, to spur an alternative of reading experience.
Sat Aug 15, 2020
3:00 PM - 5:30 PM MYT
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Venue Address
54, Jalan Putra, Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Own Your Story (OYS)

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