Reimagining: Panel and Readings
How well do you know your city? Fiction takes the world you know and makes it new. Traversing the complexities of modern life, three powerhouses of contemporary fiction discuss comfort, disturbance and absurdity in reimagining.
OzAsia Festival partners with Open State to present a daylong series of transcultural, transmedia events. Writing China is a literary banquet of sound, text and image from Australia and Greater China – fill your plate and think outside the takeaway box.
Dorothy Tse is a Hong Kong fiction writer who has published three short story collections in Chinese. Her literary prizes include the Hong Kong Biennial Award for Chinese Literature and Taiwan’s Unitas New Fiction Writers’ A...
Born in 1984, HAO Jingfang obtained her undergraduate degree from Tsinghua University’s Department of Physics in 2006 and her PhD degree from the same university in Economics and Management in 2012. Her published novelettes ...
Julie Koh was born in Sydney to Chinese–Malaysian parents. After quitting a career in corporate law to pursue writing, she has had short stories published in a range of publications, including The Best Australian Stories 201...
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