Food for thought at the upcoming discussion in Hong Kong Literary Festival on 11 October, 7.30pm, Dr Hari Harilela Lecture Theatre (Shaw Campus) Baptist University. Simon Armitage (author of many collections including Seeing Stars by Faber and Faber), Prof Daniel Chua (Head of School of Humanities, HKU), Prof Lo Kwai Cheung (Professor, Department of English Language andContinue reading “where grows creativity, in wilderness?”
Graham Sheffield, former artistic chief of Barbican Centre in London has decided to quit his role as CEO of Hong Kong’s HK$21.6 billion (£1.8 billion) West Kowloon arts hub project after five months. He has resigned due to health reasons, although many think that there must be more that triggered his abrupt decision to leave.Continue reading “West kowloon arts hub in Hong Kong part 1”
I was quite pleased to find out that my contributed article (‘my cultural life’) was published by the Observer, 27 June (p50).
This is a new beginning. Having moved from blog to blog, I decided to keep this as a regular writing space for my short essays on culture, art and contemporary life. This is a place for practice and reflection.