I wrote this for the Red Room at the beginning, almost 9 years ago.
“….we discover our similarity….in our infinite ignorance we are all equal…”
These words were and still are the philosophical foundation for me when Ayesha and I co-founded Red Room.
透過沈靜的心和深沈的聆聽，在一個充滿正向以及創造能量的空間裡，我們找到彼此相似地方。偏見與誤解都是來自無 知與恐懼。紅房是一個行動，提醒我們深沈原始人們需要和彼此連接，在無限的無知下我們都是平等。自從 2009 年，紅房成為了我們生活重要一部分，我希望更多的朋友們可以發掘紅房。離開現實世界，關閉手機，深入聆聽，感激與支持其他人，而我們就可以找到我們自己身 處的正向和創意的生態圈，一個快樂可以容易延伸的地方。”
“Through quiet hearts and deep listening, in a room filled with immense positive and creative energy, we discover our similarity. The biases and misunderstanding come from ignorance and fear. Red Room is a movement, reminding us that the deepest primordial human need is to feel connected and that in our infinite ignorance we are all equal. Since 2009, Red Room has become an important part of our lives and I hope more people will discover Red Room. Leave the virtual world, turn off the phone, listen deeply, appreciate and support each other, and we find ourselves a member of this positive and creative ecosystem, where happiness can be easily attained.”
– Ping Chu, Co-founder, Red Room
This is the new inspiration for 100th Red Room:
“ My mentor, Horst Rechelbacher ( Founder of the Aveda , 1941-2014 ), once told me that attention is the power of the moment.
Paying attention to the here and now is one thing I learned from Horst.
Red Room is built by paying attention. This is why we require everyone in the room to pay attention to the brave soul on the stage. In order to listen, we have to be quiet inside.
This is the essence of the culture of listening for Red Room. “
Co-founder, Red Room