Social Movements

Social Movements is where we host events inspired by movements around the world to invite members of the public to connect each other.

I offer to host or assist 2 hours of social movements, you may choose your preference here. It can be in the public or in private. Kindly refer to the recommended donations as below:


Your may consider to create such movements to your family, friends, colleagues, community, or shelter homes, with the idea to strengthen bonds and a sense of belongingness. Your contribution will help in creating meaningful connections, which will create a ripple effect to the society.

Here are the social movements where we could do together:


#1. Share Eye Contact To Connect

The Eye Contact Experiment

Inspired by Eye Contact Experiment from The Liberators International.

“Our global society has become thirsty for true connection and this experience allows you to be the change you wish to see.”

We invite the members of the public to share a minute eye contact with strangers in the heart of our cities and towns. With the intention to demonstrate that beyond our differences there is love and humanity.


Watch this to know more: KL Eye Contact Experience March 2017

My hosting experience:

Kuala Lumpur’s Eye Contact Experiment 2016 (short version) ( Long version)
People’s voice Kuala Lumpur Eye Contact Experiment 2016
Kuala Lumpur Eye Contact Trial
Kuala Lumpur’s Eye Contact Experiment Report 2016
Global video: 

The Liberators International Eye Contact Experiment 2015
Blind Social Experiment in Barcelona

Create your own version now! 

#2. Listen Attentively to Connect

Free Listening Project

Inspired by Urban Confessional.

“We believe people need to be heard.”

With the aim to recover the lost art of listening. How we do is to stand on street corners with signs that read “Free Listening” and opened our hearts to anyone who needed to laugh, cry, scream, or chat.

Watch this to know more: Free Listening Video and Their Story
Free Listening How-to

Create your own version now!

#3. Skip The Small Talk, Make Meaningful Conversations

Big Talk

Inspired by Make Big Talk – Kalina Silverman.

I wanted to be able to go out, meet new people, and instead of just make small talk, actually have deeper, more meaningful conversations with them.

This is a global movement that helps people create more meaningful connections in their everyday lives. Big Talk Card game has 90 questions to help you skip the small talk and connect with anyone: family, friends, co-workers, classmates, strangers, even yourself.

Watch the Make Big Talk Video.

How-to Make Big Talk

My hosting experience:

During first Black Paradise Night in March 2017 with 10 friends.

Create your own version now! 

#4. Slow Down The Busy Pace To Connect

City Silence

Inspired by City Silence – Stacy Sims.

Read more about City Silence here.

My hosting experience:

City Silence in KLCC Park in April 2017.

Create your own version now! 

+ Something extra for you:

Here are the reference for more movements.

Let’s Do This!   

With a small contribution, you will be supporting VicQi’s mission in collecting wisdom from masters in Australia in the coming May.

How can I Help?

As the above movements are created and inspired by amazing people around the world, which I have personally host and experience it in KL. With your donation, in exchange, I can host it for you or assist you in creating one for your preferred audience.

Here is the recommended donation for the above movements:

For                Public    |   Private
(People)                       |    (1-30)  ;  (31-50)
Host:              RM100  |  RM200 ; RM300
Assist:            RM50    |  RM100 ; RM150

Something about this offer:


*It is offer from 14th April to 14th May 2017 only.
*You can redeem this Experience until 31st December 2017.
*This rate is not applicable to corporates (Special corporate package here)

Donate to create your version now:


(Please note that 3% will be deducted by PayPal, kindly add 3% to your donation amount. The best option is via bank transfer.)

Thank You for being here.