Creativity x Connect

International Forum 2015

30 Oct 2015

5 Year Creative Chiang Mai Anniversary
5th Southeast ASIAN Creative Cities Network Forum and Chiang Mai Design Awards 2015

TCDC - Thailand Creative & Design Center, Chiang Mai

Craft Connect

Furniture & Craft Maker Workshop

31 Aug 2015 - 03 Sep 2015

Craft Connect is a project supported by the German Government (via the GIZ) to promote collaboration, design development and innovation among ASEAN craft, furniture and decorative items makers/designers.

Project Partners include CMU STeP, Creative Cebu Council, Creative Chiang Mai, all other members of the Southeast Asian Creative Cities Network (‪#‎SEACCN), TCDC, DITP, and NOHMEX. The first workshop will be in Chiang Mai in August/September.




Southeast Asian
Creative Cities Network

The Southeast Asian Creative Cities Network (SEACCN) is a network for creative cities and clusters in Southeast Asia. This includes representatives from the cities, agencies, specialists, experts, groups and communities. The initial members include George Town (Penang, Malaysia), Bandung (Indonesia), Cebu (Philippines), and Chiang Mai (Thailand). It is an open group but with a focus on SE Asia and a particular focus on so-called “second cities”, but SEACCN welcomes collaboration with other organization and cities including those in the rest of Asia or Europe. The network was informally founded in April 2014 in Chiang Mai and an MOU was signed in August 2014.

Join Us


This is the website of the Southeast Asian Creative
Cities Network. The founding members are:





Chiang Mai, Thailand

Ms. Jirawan Wongdokmai

Creative Chiang Mai Coordinator.

Creative Chiang Mai Secretariat, Science and Technology Park Chiang Mai University (CMU STeP)


Creative Chiang Mai Secretariat, Science and Technology Park Chiang Mai University (CMU STeP) 2nd Floor, Research and Technology Transfer Building (RTT Bld.), Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University.

239 Huay Keaw Rd., Muang District, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand

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Penang, Malaysia

Mr. Daniel Lee

Think City Coordinator

Think City (Penang)


TBangunan U.A.B

No. 21-35, Tingkat 1
Gat Lebuh China
10300 George Town
Pulau Pinang, Malaysia


Bandung, Indonesia

Ms. Tita Larasati

The Genaral Secretary of Bandung Creative City Forum (BCCF)

Bandung Creative City Forum


Jalan Taman Cibeunying Selatan No.5, Bandung 40114 Indonesia.

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Cebu, Philippines

Mr. Buck Richnold Sia

Principal Architect, Zubu Design Associates, Creative Cebu
Creative Cebu Council

Raki Teves Romero

Zubu Designs Associates
Zscape Development Corporation


242 Magallanes St., Cebu City, Philippines 6000

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