Zero Knowledge Proof

When you pay by credit card at, say, an eatery, you will have to key in your PIN into the credit card terminal (assuming no 'paywave'). This could be a vulnerability because the PIN could be captured by the terminal or an onlooker. Is there a way to use your PIN without revealing it? Sounds impossible but it is doable using Zero Knowledge Proof. 'Zero Knowledge' means you do not give confidential information to the verifying party, and definitely not your PIN.

Pick of Events (W4-Nov-2018)

General
Link Zero Proof Ethereum @ KL
Link Sell Without Inventory @ KL
Link Branded IoT @ KualaLumpur
Link Coworking Launch @ Starling
Link Startup Hackathon @ Cyberjaya
Link Property Crowdfunding @ KL tix
Link CIMB Accelerator @ KL tix
Link CIMB AirAsia @ KL info

Arts
Link Composers Festival @ KL tix
Link Battle of Bands @ Seremban
Link What Conductors Do @ KL vid
Link Four Seasons @ KL tix v1 v2

Women
Link Fortius Females @ Bangkok
Link Women in Tech @ Bangkok tix
Link Women Fund Women @ SG
Link Women in Strength @ SG tix
Link Women in HealthTech @ SG
Link Women Data Leaders @ SG
Link Women Who Code @ KL
Link LeanIn Unconference @ KL
Link Women's Biases @ KL
Link Boys' Heartbreak @ KL

Around The Region
Link Future Cities Agri Industry @ SG
Link Taiwan Accelerator @ Singapore
Link Food Colloquium @ Bangkok
Link The Road to IPO @ HongKong
Link HealhTech Meetup @ Jakarta
Link B2B Tech Bazaar @ Jakarta
Link Call for Solutions @ Jakarta info
Link SDG Startups @ Jakarta info

Green Packaging


If you sort your thrash, you will notice a lot packaging is food packaging, from food wrappers to instant noodles (ramen) packets, to food delivery boxes and cutlery. This packaging is single-use and often plastic, which is harmful to the planet. Here are some old and new school alternatives.

Old School Green Packaging
  • Lemang - Savoury coconut glutinous rice  bamboo + leaves 
  • Ketupat - Steamed compressed rice cubes  woven palm leaves 
  • NasiLemak - Rich chilli paste rice  banana leaf + paper   
  • BakChang - Glutinous rice dumplings  bamboo leaves  
  • HorYipFan - Stuffed savoury meal basket  lotus leaves  
  • AisBolaSirap - Rose flavoured ice ball  no packaging, use hands 
  • RojakKeropok - Mini salad served on a prawn fritter  the fritter  [1]
  • Mobile Food - The vendor comes to your place  your own plates 
  • Banana Leaf - Used in many dishes as  packaging, sealant, lining  
  • Fresh Fruits - Comes with natural packaging:  skin, rind, husk 

New School Green Packaging
  • Biodegrable - Auto biodegrades (eg. in the ocean) but not compostable
  • Compostable - Can be mixed with food scraps, turned into compost
  • Tiffin Carrier - Reusable, food safe (needs modern engineering refresh)
  • Milk - Milk based film that is 250x more oxygen-proof than plastic
  • Avocado - Sustainable bioplastic businesss from avocado pits 
  • Cassava - Edible, soluble bag made from cassava (the turtle can eat it)
  • Seaweed - The sushi roller to the rescue 

Green Grant
  • MESTECC is calling for proposals [1 2 3] for turning oil plam residues into bioplastics. [We think that is the brief, read the sources for more info.]
  • Matching grants of up to MYR 5 million (USD 1.2 million) are on offer, open for application now.

Footnote
[1] The image for the Rojak Keropok is a rough approximation. Imagine a smaller portion of the same salad shown in the image served with only a dab of sauce on top a flat fritter the size of a palm. As one eats the fritter, one consumes the salad (and the packaging, the fritter) as well. The ice cream on a cone, the sandwich, hamburger and hotdog use a similar concept. Read also: green packaging, bioplastics.

Stock Exchange Demo Day




Demo Day at The Stock Exchange [Thu, 27 Nov 2018 @ HK tix]
13 startups [sample below] were picked for Brinc's autumn 2018 acceleration program. From 8 countries, the startups are in Hong Kong in November to work with Brinc, mentors and partners. Come and join the Demo Day at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
  • Enerdrone - No-stop charging network for drones using wireless power 
  • Popcom - Biometric blockchain kiosk for selling controlled items: cigs, meds
  • Eyedentify - Fit taxis and ride sharing vehicles with cams and panic buttons
  • Valkyrie - Tactile and physical force simulation in VR 
  • BRS - Commercial and industrial floor cleaning robots
  • Top - Use computer vision to target herbicide at the weed not the crop
  • eColi - Test water real-time on-the-spot vs waiting days for lab results
  • BuzzCloud - Smart beehives for commercial pollinators

Surface Tech vs Deep Tech  [Wed, 21 Nov 2018 @ SG tix]
[From the write-up, edited] In the past few decades, a slew of internet-based applications have brought easy money to investors. Why invest in new, tough-to-commercialise technology, when you can invest in Angry Birds [or Tik Tok?], which might give you ten times the returns after just a couple of years? We need to go back to investing in the unimaginable, in people who are working on breakthroughs that hold the potential to change the future.



Pick of Events (W3-Nov-2018)
1. December is looking rather quiet as usual. 2. The first two events returned by the bot for 2019 are AutoBiz and StartMeUp. 3. Since yesterday, 8 Nov 2018, the static images of embedded YouTube videos at Calendata and elsewhere seem to have gained an unsightly border, hopefully to be resolved soon [update: fixed!]. Videos still play as per normal when clicked.

General
Link Tech Unconference @ KL
Link Watson Tensorflow @ KL
Link Philosophy Rumble @ KL
Link Hub of Things @ EcoCity
Link Travel Hackathon @ JB
Link Social Innovation @ SG 1 2
Link Data Science Meetup @ SG
Link Light Web App @ Jakarta
Link Impact Startups @ Jakarta

Arts
Link Streets of KL 1 @ KL
Link Streets of KL 2 @ KL vid
Link Tax Tips for Shows @ KL tix
Link Use The Car as A Shop @ KL tix

Ewa Bule


Watch as Hamilton Children's Choir render a Dikir Barat performance of Ewa Bule (Kelantanese for Wau Bulan, Moon Kite, a traditional Malay kite). From a video uploaded by Dean Norwani. In addition to choral singing, Dikir Barat incorporates movement (not dancing) and hand percussion.

The choir was apparently coached by an Ipoh lass who started with acapella and jazz, tutoring at Damansara Jaya Secondary School, to obtaining her Masters and PhD, and now conductor with the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir in Canada.
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Calendata last featured choral singing in Kimi o Nosete and cultural exports in Gamelan Symphony (showcasing Cahaya Asri, Beautiful Light). There is a choral competition beginning tomorrow, 7th November 2018 @ KLPAC, not much information is available save for a poster.

Zero Threshold




TechCrunch Shenzhen info tix
19-20 November 2018 @ SenzhenBay
  • Future of Wearables - Huami post image
  • The DaVinci Code of AI - Suning
  • Are You Ready for FlexPhone - Royole
  • How We Help Hardware Makers - Seeed
  • How Architecture Affects Productivity - WeWork

Guangzhou International Innovation Festival info tix
25-27 November 2018 @ GuangzhouLibrary
  • How Humans can Survive Robots - Amyx
  • Innovation Changes Life - Huawei
  • Design: The Epicentre of Products - Fung
  • Shrinking Lifecycle of Products - Centrance
  • Zero Threshold Open Platform - Tencent post title


Pick of Events {W2+Nov-2018)
1. The spotlight is on boutique events; conferences and training events are generally not listed. 2. Posts are crafted on the go and are often fine-tuned, proofread and updated after posting. 3. Calendata has its own 'house style', for example, the use of 'eg' instead of 'e.g.'. 4. The layout is optimized for desktop viewing, though the mobile web version works OK too.

General
Link Firebase Summit @ KL tix
Link Ambank BizClub @ KL tix
Link IoT IR4 @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Unilever FMCG @ KL tix
Link Business Ethics @ KL
Link Brand Development @ KL
Link Onboard Customers @ KL tix
Link Green Conference @ PG tix
Link Blockchain eVoting @ KC

Around The Region
Link German-EU Market @ SG tix
Link NextGen Analytics @ SG
Link Elastic Confluent @ SG
Link Creative Jam @ SG
Link Startup Challenge @ HCMC tix

Classical Deepavali


Konnakul is a vocalisation of drum beats in classical South Indian music. It is said that before novices are allowed to play the drum, they would first have to be proficient in Konnakul. Wishing Hindu readers a Happy Deepavali. [Deepavali eve, LinkedIn is hosting a Diwali get-together at Pisco Bar, Kuala Lumpur.]

Soda Tax


Taxes are in focus at budget time. Some lesser known ones:

Notes: 
  • Digital Tax, also kown as Google tax and Amazon tax, is a tax on digital services purchased from foreign firms eg buying a Facebook ad.  If one engages a local advertising agency, that agency hires local staff, pays rental, salaries, taxes, suppliers, and the staff lunch at the local mamak, but payments to foreign digital firms do not confer such benefits to the local economy, hence the concept of a Digital Tax. [On the other hand, some of these digital firms do not charge for search, messaging, social media etc. Further pros and cons are beyond the scope of this note.]
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  • Any 'TaxTech'? There is a radical proposal in the US for a FairTax system, which eliminates all taxes (income, corporate etc) and replaces them with a consumption tax of an initial, proposed 23% (with 'prebates' - proactive rebates - for the disadvantaged). This rate is adjusted each year depending on collection and spending. The tax is still being debated because, among other considerations, it is undecided whether it should be in the form of a Sales Tax or Value Added Tax (both are consumption taxes).


Pick of Events (W2-Nov-2018)

Budget Analysis
Link MDEC Uppercase @ KL (Gratis)
Link UTAR Accounting @ KL (Gratis) tix
Link Financial Bloggers @ OL (Gratis)
Link MOF Whatsapp @ OL (Gratis)
Link MITI Incentives @ KL (Gratis) tix
Link SQL Account @ Kuching (MYR 50)
Link Baker Tilly @ KL (MYR 175)
Link Grant Thornton @ MY (MYR 550)
Link CPA Accountants @ KL (MYR 550)
Link MIA Accountants @ MY (MYR 600)
Link Securities Industry @ KL (MYR 550)
Link Property Developers @ KL (MYR 888)
Link PwC @ KualaLumpur (MYR 980)
Link Deloitte @ Malaysia (MYR 990) tix
Link E&Y @ KualaLumpur (MYR 1060)
Link KPMG @ KualaLumpur (MYR 1100)

General
Link Reengineering SMEs @ KL
Link Energy Efficiency @ KL tix
Link Smart Manufacturing @ KL also
Link Nomura Digital @ KL
Link AuntiePreneurs @ KL tix
Link Distributed Economy @ KL tix
Link EdTech Day @ KL 1 2
Link Kaki LinkedIn @ KL tix
Link Kaki Borneo @ KK
Link Cashless Society @ CJ
Link Directed Graph @ CJ
Link Thai Logistics @ PG tix

Arts
Link Poetry Meetup @ PG tix also
Link Comedy Meetup @ KL
Link Books Meetup @ KL tix
Link Cooks Meetup @ KL

Around The Region
Link Food Security @ Singapore
Link Intro to China @ Singapore
Link Robo Expo @ Singapore
Link Performing Arts @ Bangkok
Link Consumer Fintech @ Jakarta tix

New Mobility for Taxis


Old taxis into new mobility? Below is a hypothesis but first, some mobility news.



Just Six Years From Horses to Cars
A recent article highlighted the dramatic mobility change that happened in the early 1900s via two images. The first dated 1907 shows 5th Avenue in New York filled with horse-drawn buggies and no cars; the second, just six years later in 1913, shows the same avenue full of cars and not a horse in sight.

Charging Stations: The New Gas Stations
In tandem with EVs is the rise of charging solutions. Unlike gas/petrol stations which require half a football field, in the future perhaps even mamak stalls (sidewalk cafés) could conceivably be able to provide charging facilities. A sample of third-party (vs manufacturer) charging companies:

Subscriptions: Ownership on Demand
Instead of owning a vehicle outright, subscriptions allow nano/micro ownership by the hour, day, month, year. Sample vehicle subscription services:
  • FlexDrive - Allow dealerships to offer subscriptions 
  • Smove - Drive Grab/GoJek using a hired vehicle: no deposits, no contracts
  • Drover - All-in subscription includes insurance, servicing, tax, road assist
  • Canvas - Ford's easy-to-use 3-component subscription
  • GoCar - Almera @ $3.50/hr | SoCar:  Axia @ $2/hr, eBMW @ $10/hr $=USD

Mobility Snippets 
Some latest mobility news:
  • StromR3 - India's compact, low-cost EV challenger 1 2 3 top image
  • PlanetM - Michigan's automotive ecosystem accelerator
  • Tier - Germany's e-scooter challenger to Bird, Lime, Spin 
  • SeaBubbles - Electric hydrofoil: use rivers and seas as highways
  • UltraCharge - Titanium dioxide, nanotube, gel battery



New Mobility for Taxis a hypothesis
  • Old taxis are replaced by subscription EVs
  • Taxi drivers rent by the day, week, month: no deposit, no committment
  • If driver goes on leave, just return the car, no-use-no-charge
  • Training povided, auto upgrade to newer models, half-day shift ok
  • No 'personalisation' of the vehicle, EVs are fungible and exchangable
  • Vehicle is fitted with twin cameras and a discreet driver shield
  • EV subscription fees and taxi fares are set by market and/or authorities
  • Work as much or as little as one wishes, P&L is the driver's call
  • No cash: fare is auto calculated and paid by e-wallet or card only
  • Differentiators: rank based vs e-hailing, transparent vs surge pricing

Fintech Festivals



Hong Kong Fintech Week 2018
Oct 29 - Nov 2 @ HongKong (USD 600) 1 2

Singapore Fintech Festival 2018
Nov 12-16 @ Singapore (USD 360) 1 2 3 4 5

Singapore Fintech Festival 2018: Pick of Startups 1 new
  • Brankas - For when customers pay by 'bank transfer'
  • NextBank - Web-based core banking system
  • Cardup - Short-term trade financing via credit card
  • Corlytics - Treat regulations as a risk in itself
  • Billon - Banking backoffice systems are so 1960s


Pick of Events (W1+Nov-2018)

General
Link Debut Weekend @ KotaBahru tix
Link Utopia Weekend @ Melaka
Link Market via Data @ Melaka tix
Link Accelerate Big Data @ Penang
Link Cashless Society @ Penang tix
Link Cloud Meetup @ Cyberjaya also
Link Industry 4.0 Policy @ KL tix
Link Alibaba vs Shopee @ KL
Link Testing Gutenberg @ KL also
Link Qu Puteh @ KualaLumur info
Link Womenpreneurs @ KL tix
Link Economics @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Botak Capital @ KualaLumpur

Arts
Link Design Week @ KotaKinabalu 1 2
Link Reaching Out @ Kuching tix
Link Creative City @ KualaLumpur
Link Confucious Says @ KL tix
Link Harmonica Ensemble @ KL vid
Link Symphonie Espagnole @ KL vid

Around The Region
Link Japanese Lunar Mission @ SG
Link Smart Contracts Court @ SG
Link Designer Time Travel @ SG also
Link Saving Tigger @ Singapore
Link Adobe Magento @ Bangkok info
Link Blockchain Hub @ Bangkok
Link Nomadic Weekend @ Bali
Link Greenhouse Weekend @ Jakarta
Link AI Weekend @ HongKong

Bimodal Bicycle



[Not exercising is bad for health, even worse than smoking.] AOI.CYCLE, a maker of bespoke, retro-styled bicycles, will be exhibiting at this week's Taiwan Expo 2018 happening 25-27 October @ KLCC. Among its models is a hybrid bicycle (images above) with a patented electric motor: peddle forward for electric assist, backward for braking and recharging. Another exhibitor is StepWing, a bike that is halfway between walking and cycling. Taiwan may have quietly become a bicycle hub, a quick check of the recently concluded Eurobike 2018 shows the following representation: Germany (416, home turf), Taiwan (271), China (146), US (76), France (49), UK, (39) Japan (21), Korea (17).


Pick of Events (W1-Nov-2018)

General
Link Pilot Distributed Ledger @ KL 1 2
Link Launchpad to Europe @ KL
Link Data Science Meetup @ KL
Link Digital Media Meetup @ KL tix
Link Security & Supercapacitors @ KL
Link Facebook Accelerator @ KL 1 2 3
Link R3 Corda Bootcamp @ KL info
Link Kopi & Teh Expo @ KL info
Link PopUp Container Market @ KL 1 2 3
Link Photography as Persuasion @ KL info

Around The Region
Link P2P Energy Trading @ Singapore
Link Nordic Clean Energy @ Singapore
Link Google Terraform @ Singapore
Link Girl's Coding Day @ Singapore tix
Link Haiku Open Mic @ Singapore
Link Venture Capital Forum @ HK
Link AI in Finance @ HongKong

Dining Music

Western fine dining: Sonata Op 12 No 1 [Violin Recital @ KLCC, 24 Oct 2018]

Warong: Ilham Ku [Return of Man Bai @ NBT, 30 Oct 2018]

Fusion cuisine: post rock [Alternative Post Rock @ Merdekarya, tonight, 18 Oct 2018]

Indian vegetarian buffet: sitar & tabla [No particular concert]

Dimsum: usually no music, upmarket: zitherold days: cantopop [No particular concert]

Cryptic Cats

Rakuten Technology Conference 2018 [Raku=Accessible Ten=Sky Rakuten=Optimistic] Join us and over 1500+ developers and entrepreneurs at the 12th annual Rakuten Technology Conference, back this year with the theme of Rakuten TECH x Startup TECH. [Sat, 27 Oct 2018 @ Tokyo site | tix]


Topics
  • Crypto Kitties - Marty Bell, Rakuten Blockchain Lab post title (sorta)
  • A New Architecture for The Intelligent Edge - Simon Crosby, Swim.ai
  • Why We Fail in Innovation - Jonas Svensson, United Nations
  • Walking Towards Challenging Dreams - Masayo Takahashi, RkenCDB
  • A Serial Entrepreneur Journey in AI - Miku Hirano, Cinnamon
  • Security and Safety in Modern Vehicles - Yuichi Kuramoto, WhiteMotion
  • Enterprise Blockchains - Gideon Greenspan, CoinSciences
  • Generative Adversarial Networks info - Vijay Daultani, Rakuten 
  • Distrubuted Fraud Prevention - Yury Leonychew, Rakuten
  • Semantic Word Extraction using Phonology - Ohmmar Htun, Rakuten

Notes
  • CryptoKitties is a blockchain-based game that uses Ethereum to transact the buying, selling and breeding of virtual cats. The breeding portion includes DNA-like info such as parents, characteristics and 'mew-tations'. Like real cats, CryptoKitties are non-fungible, ie your Siamese is not directly exchangable with the neighbour's Persian. Compare this to a fungible token like the US dollar where each note looks the same (except for the serial number), has the same value and is exchangable.
  • On the theme of pets, a local (property) developer is proposing the issue of a 'horse currency'. This might be an asset tokenisation of the developer's properties. Asset tokens are similar in function to shares but could be more liquid and flexible (regulatory oversight permitting). For example, renters can be rewarded with a step ladder system of tokens - the longer the rental, the more payments go towards asset tokens and asset ownership. Tokenisation is covered in a forthcoming talk, see the listings below.


Pick of Events (W4+Oct-2018)

General
Link Smart Transport @ KualaLumpur tix
Link SME Solutions @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Bracing for IR4 @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Net Zero Energy @ KL also fund
Link Plastic Industry @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Pink Economy @ KualaLumpur
Link Digital Wealth @ KualaLumpur
Link Marketing Data Warehouse @ KL
Link Road to Batam @ KL tix info
Link Youth Summit @ KL tix also img
Link Unplugged Poetry @ KualaLumpur

Distributed Ledger
Link Hashgraph & HyperLedger @ KL also
Link Business Tokenisation @ KL
Link Blockchain Pitch @ Cyberjaya
Link Setup an ICO in 20 Mins @ CJ
Link Blockchain Meetup @ Cyberjaya
Link Corda R3 Meetup @ Singapore

Ecommerce
Link Regulations @ KualaLumpur
Link SST Planning @ KualaLumpur
Link Start Selling @ KualaLumpur alt also
Link Tri-Lingual @ KualaLumpur tix site
Link Coworkers @ KualaLumpir tix
Link Terbongkar @ Penang tix
Link PayPal One Click @ Singapore
Link PayPal Showcase @ Singapore

Around The Region
Link Post-Truth Marketing @ Singapore
Link Women Venture Capital @ Singapore
Link Taiwan Demo Day @ HongKong
Link ABC AI-Bigdata-Cloud @ HongKong

EV Hong Kong

Eco Expo Asia 2018 is a fair for the green industry. Activities include green mobility, green startups, geen buildings, quiet construction [noise pollution], carbon audit for listed companies, water resilience, and renewable energy, [ 25-28 October 2018 @ HongKong site | schedule | exhibitors | tix ]

Topics


Pick of Events (W3/W4-Oct-2018)

General
Link Level Up @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Genetic Analysis @ KL tix
Link Indian Food Conference @ KL
Link Sustainability Awards @ KL tix
Link Bring Your Product Sample @ KL tix
Link Fintech Cloud Regulations @ KL tix
Link Antara Nusa @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Future Campus Hackathon @ Johor
Link Lean In @ Penang

Arts
Link Sofia Rathimalar Juxta @ KL tix
Link Women Architects @ KL tix
Link Romeo and Juliet @ KL
Link The Tree Planter @ KL tix book vid pdf

Around The Region
Link No Data, No AI @ Online
Link Elevator Pitch @ HongKong tix
Link Thriving with Android @ Jakarta
Link Deep Tech Investing @ Singapore

Mobility: LSEV

Microlino Micro Electric Car

Latest Mobility News
  • Microlino - Electric micro car gets $100 million in pre-orders
  • LSEV - China's under-the-radar Low-Speed EV is a bigger market than EV
  • Himo - Moving up the gadget chain: Xiaomi's new $250+ ebike, EV next?
  • Baojun - General Motor's pint-sized EV after Volt and Bolt
  • BEE - Tyre maker Continental joins autonomous race with swarm concept
  • Urbanetic - Merc's Sedric and e-Palette challenger
  • CVIS - Simplify smart cars by making roads smarter
  • Zunum - Boeing & JetBlue backed e-plane uses new flight & airport modes
  • SolidPower - Safer, denser battery backed by BMW, Samsung, Hyundai
  • E-tron - Audi outsources EV charging to Electrify and Amazon
  • Mcity - Michigan's mock city for mobility testing also
  • Pontevedra - Spanish city's centre revitalised by banning cars
  • Norway - EVs are 60% (45% full EV, 15% hybrid) of all new cars sold
  • Avid - UK resumes native auto manufacturing building e-engines
  • Europe - European car makers shocked by aggressive EU CO2 clampdown

Wildlife Hackathon


Zoohackathon [Oct 20-21 2018 @ Starling tix] brings together developers, designers, project managers, and wildlife enthusiasts to create new applications and tools to help end wildlife trafficking. Past winners:
  • 2016: SafeSouvenirs - Souvenirs you should not buy 
  • 2017: ODINN - Save 98% of rangers' time by autodetecting poachers in photos

Tigger Calling Unicorns
A seach for 'wildlife tech' and 'wildlife startups' returned no results (no unicorns in saving tigger?). 'Conservation tech' did yield one article:
  • Camera traps - Get a photo handle on wildlife to aid conservancy
  • Acoustic monitors - In the vast oceans, it's easier to hear than see
  • Portable DNA analysis - Is that meat or bush meat?
  • Sniffer dogs - Deft in finding droppings for DNA analysis
  • Big data - Includes image recognition to identify animals automatically
  • Aerial Imagery - Drones, satellites to count tree, species, intrusions
  • Apps - Teach kds conservation; report poaching, dubious merchandise
  • Education - Examples: eBird (bird watching); Wildbook (conservation)
  • Crowdsourcing - Get the crowd (eg jungle hikers) to help out



Pick of Events (W3-Oct-2018)
1. Events listed may fall before, during or after the indicated week. 2. Posts are often proof-read after posting. 3. This month's free coworking day is tomorrow [4 Oct 2018], the coworking collective has added 8 members, 5 which are highlighted below. 

Sustainability
Link On The Brink @ KualaLumpur top image
Link Sustainability Meetup @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Sustainability Hackathon @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Clean River Hackathon @ KualaLumpur info
Link How To Achieve Sustaintability @ KL tix
Link Sustainability Leadership @ KualaLumpur
Link World Habitat Day @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Green Filmmaking @ KualaLumpur
Link Car Free City @ KualaLumpur
Link Battery Dumping @ Cyberjaya
Link Repurposing Arnie @ Penang

General
Link Digital Economy Forum @ KL tix
Link Vuforia AR @ KualaLumpur 1 2 3
Link CoWork Coffee @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Public Relations Meetup @ KL
Link Rapper Business @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Lean In Networking @ KualaLumpur
Link Stock Investment @ KualaLumpr tix
Link Ecommerce Content @ KualaLumpur
Link Events Forum @ KualaLumpur tix also
Link Lessons from Enron @ KualaLumpur
Link Proof of Concept Grant @ Cyberjaya
Link Break The Pattern @ Johor info
Link Blockchain in Transport @ Singapore info
Link World Space Week @ Singapore

Arts
Link Literature Pitch @ KualaLumpur
Link Confluence Film Festival @ KL
Link Architectural Tour @ KualaLumpur tix
Link Books for Strays @ KualaLumpur
Link Alt Book Fest @ KualaLumpur tix
Link The Imperial Exam @ KualaLumpur trailer

CoWorking