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18
.07
Wednesday
2:00pm to 4:00pm
International Publishing Forum - The Global Trend of Publishing with the Application of Technology
CATEGORY:
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Mr. Luo Li, the Senior Vice President of China Literature
Ms. Natasha Leung, Senior Publishing Manager, Pearson Hong Kong
Mr. Fang Jun, Expert of knowledge service industry
Partner, KChain Lab
MODERATOR(S)
Mr Chan Ka Yeung, Edmund, Editorial Manager, City University of Hong Kong Press
REMARKS:
Conducted in English and Putonghua with simultaneous translation in Putonghua and English;
Organiser: Hong Kong Publishing Federation Limited
Registration:
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6:30pm to 8:00pm
Romance Along The Silver Way: Baroque Love Poetry And Prose From The Spanish-speaking World

VENUE:
Meeting Room S428
SPEAKER(S):
María José Pareja Lopez, Nashua Gallagher, Diana Coronado
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: Consulate General of Spain in Hong Kong & Macau, Asian Review of Books and Penguin Random House
Registration:
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19
.07
Thursday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Israel and China: from the Tang Dynasty to Silicon Wadi
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Mark O’Neill
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
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6:30pm to 8:00pm
Europe And Literature-Current Trends In European Literature And The EUPL-winning Novel `Doom 94' (Jelgava '94)
VENUE:
Meeting Room S428
SPEAKER(S):
Janis Jonevs
MODERATOR(S)
Owen Wong
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: European Union Office to Hong Kong and Macao; The event is organised in the context of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018
Registration:
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20
.07
Friday
6:00pm to 7:30pm
The Power Of Women In The 18th Century
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Chantal Thomas
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in French with simultaneous translation in English and Cantonese; Co-organiser: Consulate General of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
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21
.07
Saturday
11:00am to 12:30pm
Ponti: Movies, Malay Myths and Local Monsters
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sharlene Teo
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
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6:00pm to 7:30pm
The English Class System in Young Adult Literature and Beyond
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
M.A. Bennett
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
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22
.07
Sunday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Rebellious Daughters, Sisters and Wives: Non-Conforming Women As Archetypes in Indian Diaspora Fiction Writing
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Balli Kaur Jaswal
MODERATOR(S)
Nashua Gallagher
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
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23
.07
Monday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Culture in Revolution: The Shanghai Museum and China’s Mao Period
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Denise Y. Ho
MODERATOR(S)
John Carroll
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
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English Reading and Creative Writing Series

19
.07
Thursday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Israel and China: from the Tang Dynasty to Silicon Wadi
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Mark O’Neill
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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21
.07
Saturday
11:00am to 12:30pm
Ponti: Movies, Malay Myths and Local Monsters
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sharlene Teo
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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6:00pm to 7:30pm
The English Class System in Young Adult Literature and Beyond
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
M.A. Bennett
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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22
.07
Sunday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Rebellious Daughters, Sisters and Wives: Non-Conforming Women As Archetypes in Indian Diaspora Fiction Writing
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Balli Kaur Jaswal
MODERATOR(S)
Nashua Gallagher
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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23
.07
Monday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Culture in Revolution: The Shanghai Museum and China’s Mao Period
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Denise Y. Ho
MODERATOR(S)
John Carroll
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Seminar Sponsor: Book Depository
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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World of Knowledge Seminar Series

18
.07
Wednesday
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Romance Along The Silver Way: Baroque Love Poetry And Prose From The Spanish-speaking World

VENUE:
Meeting Room S428
SPEAKER(S):
María José Pareja Lopez, Nashua Gallagher, Diana Coronado
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: Consulate General of Spain in Hong Kong & Macau, Asian Review of Books and Penguin Random House
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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19
.07
Thursday
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Europe And Literature-Current Trends In European Literature And The EUPL-winning Novel `Doom 94' (Jelgava '94)
VENUE:
Meeting Room S428
SPEAKER(S):
Janis Jonevs
MODERATOR(S)
Owen Wong
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: European Union Office to Hong Kong and Macao; The event is organised in the context of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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20
.07
Friday
6:00pm to 7:30pm
The Power Of Women In The 18th Century
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Chantal Thomas
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in French with simultaneous translation in English and Cantonese; Co-organiser: Consulate General of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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Industry Event

18
.07
Wednesday
2:00pm to 4:00pm
International Publishing Forum - The Global Trend of Publishing with the Application of Technology
CATEGORY:
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Mr. Luo Li, the Senior Vice President of China Literature
Ms. Natasha Leung, Senior Publishing Manager, Pearson Hong Kong
Mr. Fang Jun, Expert of knowledge service industry
Partner, KChain Lab
MODERATOR(S)
Mr Chan Ka Yeung, Edmund, Editorial Manager, City University of Hong Kong Press
REMARKS:
Conducted in English and Putonghua with simultaneous translation in Putonghua and English;
Organiser: Hong Kong Publishing Federation Limited
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
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