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Awesome Explainer Video Animations on a Modest Budget

2017-12-29T10:52:49+00:00

You can learn to create an explainer video just like this one! No sweat (almost) hands-on IT and Storytelling Adventures for Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants. This workshop is designed for Non-Geek Individuals and Marketplace Professionals who need to communicate in this information-overload digital age. It's easy if someone shows you how. I'm Angeline, your Story Coach. Let's create some awesomeness together.

喚醒沉睡中的宣教巨人 (Awakening the Sleeping Giants)

2015-12-22T12:41:54+00:00

Working on this project included making a visit to the Pepper Farm in Cambodia. This project was shot entirely on a Smartphone. I worked with both Cambodian and Chinese translators. The narration was done by a professional voice artist. The power to create meaningful stories is in our hands. It's easy if someone shows you how. You can watch the English version <here> ABOUT THE STORY Someone once said, Christian Business People and Professionals are the sleeping giants of the Church. They are also an untapped resource of business expertise that can turn a missions project into a long-term, self-sustaining, self-supporting, locally led ministry. One such project is the Pepper Farm among the Kuy People in Cambodia. The farm is helping to break the poverty cycle, given education to the next generation, and support the church-planting ministry... 有人曾說過,基督徒商人和專業人士就像是教會里沉睡的巨人。這些具備經商專長的生意人可以幫助宣教項目轉換成長期的、自立自養、基於本地的事工。 其盈利將撥回用來幫助庫依族人民脫離貧困,給他們的下一代提供受教育的機會。 除此之外,還可以用來支持教會的植堂工作。 其中一個項目就是在柬埔寨的庫依族中建立了一片胡椒園。。。

Awakening the Sleeping Giants

2015-12-22T12:42:36+00:00

Working on this project included making a visit to the Pepper Farm in Cambodia. This project was shot entirely on a Smartphone. I worked with both Cambodian and Chinese translators. The narration was done by a professional voice artist. The power to create meaningful stories is in our hands. It's easy if someone shows you how. You can watch the Chinese versions <here>. ABOUT THE STORY Someone once said, Christian Business People and Professionals are the sleeping giants of the Church. They are also an untapped resource of business expertise that can turn a missions project into a long-term, self-sustaining, self-supporting, locally led ministry. One such project is the Pepper Farm among the Kuy People in Cambodia. The farm is helping to break the poverty cycle, given education to the next generation, and support the church-planting ministry... 有人曾說過,基督徒商人和專業人士就像是教會里沉睡的巨人。這些具備經商專長的生意人可以幫助宣教項目轉換成長期的、自立自養、基於本地的事工。 其盈利將撥回用來幫助庫依族人民脫離貧困,給他們的下一代提供受教育的機會。 除此之外,還可以用來支持教會的植堂工作。 其中一個項目就是在柬埔寨的庫依族中建立了一片胡椒園。。。

APSN Tanglin SG50 Digital Story Montage

2018-03-30T21:47:09+00:00

A well crafted story has the power to evoke emotions and empathy. Individual stories, however, do not always explain the wider context of the story. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding. The 50 one-minute stories created in celebration of Singapore's 50th birthday give voice to the Persons with Special Needs community. These stories come from special needs children, their families, caregivers, alumni, caregivers, teachers and volunteers.  How is your community or organisation telling your stories? Could Collective Stories better present the needs and challenges that your organisation is addressing? Digital Storytelling offers quick and cost-effective way of creating many stories for your social media platforms. Here are four stories to whet your appetite on how collective stories can break the stereo types we sometimes embrace about certain people groups. Making Other Smile by Kweh Jia Xuan (a person with special accomplishments) I Still Choose Her by Mrs Helen Tan (a mother's story) Anything is Possible by Ang Yi Xian (an overcomer's story) Plan B by Hay Qing Hui (an alumni's success story) Tyros is proud to support the Persons with Special Needs community by training APSN educators in storytelling and through the creation of these 50 stories. The individual stories can be watched at TyrosSG@Facebook.

The Storyteller’s Story by Angeline Koh

2018-03-30T21:47:12+00:00

What is the first thing people associate your name with? Marketing is what you do, but a branding is who you are. Who you are determines what you do and how you do it. You may be a financial planner, sales agent, service provider... But what makes you the preferred choice? It's not about the size of your corporation. It's about the size of your promise. Your brand is your promise. The Storyteller's Story celebrates four years of storytelling. The Storyteller's Story is my personal story. My brand is my promise... To empower people to tell their stories. What is your personal story? What is your personal brand? What is your promise? Created August 2014

Tyros Digital Story Montage

2015-12-19T10:42:06+00:00

Stories created by Tyros workshop participants Used with permission and thanks to storytellers for allowing use of their stories Music "I believe in you" composed and performed by Hagen Troy Tan Used with permission and thanks Creative Directors of Montage: Angeline Koh and Hagen Troy Tan

Promise – The Bukit Ho Swee Story

2015-12-19T10:42:18+00:00

As told by James Seah, survivor of the 1961 Bukit Ho Swee Fire Wikipedia describes it as "comparable to the London Fire" (though smaller in size)... 16,000 people lost their homes... A nation is built on PROMISES. kept. The story is a tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew, first Prime Minister of Singapore and all those who sacrificed to make Singapore what she is today. Commissioned by the Kreta Ayer-Kim Seng Citizens' Consultative Committee First screened at the Havelock View Community Party cum Tree Planting Day on 4 November 2012. Guest of Honour: Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Created by Angeline Koh