"Blind Date" is an idea formed from a desire to connect fellow practitioners and/or other disciplines practitioners by random draw. Once a "secret date" is scheduled and confirmed participation on both sides, the date will be coordinated by a ba-bau coordinator. This coordinator will make tea for the two participants during the meeting and will leave the room when the two persons do not need a middle-man to connect anymore.





Originating from the local context, where the chance to have a 1:1 quality meaningful meeting and conversation with others (who may or may not be within your circle) is not available and easy, "Blind Date" is created with a very simple principle - spending two quality hours meeting someone you do not know, share your practice, your area of ​​expertise and also exchange expertise with your date (meeting partner). The idea came from Thao-Linh Dinh with the help of colleagues and friends. This project is also one of the ideas to revolve around her no-expectations practice.





During the conversation, participants will need to agree to the following conditions:

1. spend at least 02 hours without using phones in a "secret date".

2. bring no expectations, go to the "secret date" with a relaxing, open mind to all possibilities.

3. please be on time. Notify the coordinator at least 24 hours in advance if your plan change.


(*) all your information will be kept confidentially