This is the Love you Give Me
Can wanderlust cure a broken heart? A bunny-boy named Anthony deals with a break-up by wondering the world. This session brings together Anthony and friends to discuss the creative process behind his best-selling picture book for young adults, with a performative reading by Alice Qin.
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.
Liang Ma (Anthony) was born in Dalian, China in 1984. He migrated to Melbourne in 2005 to pursue studies, graduating with a degree in commercial cookery/hospitality management from Victoria University in 2009. His time in Me...
Alice is a Melbourne based actor and theatre maker. She trained in New York at the esteemed Stella Adler Studio. She was nominated for best actress at the All Shorts Irvington Film Festival in 2015 for her work as Anna May W...
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