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Event Schedule

19
.07
Wednesday
2:00pm to 4:00pm
Crisis or Opportunities—Latest Global Trend of Publishing
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Mr Victor Wang, Mr CHAO Cheng-ming, Florian Poppe
MODERATOR(S)
Mr CHAN Ka Yeung
REMARKS:
Jointly Organised by HKTDC and Hong Kong Publishing Federation;
Conducted in English and Putonghua with Simultaneous Interpretation services.
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
6:30pm to 8:00pm
The Silver Way: Travel-writing Across the Pacific of the 16th-19th Centuries
VENUE:
Meeting Room S428
SPEAKER(S):
Peter Gordon, Juan José Morales
REMARKS:
The online registration has ended. Walk-in may be possible depending on availability.;
Conducted in English; Co-organiser:The Consulate-General of Spain
Detail
20
.07
Thursday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Sir Robert Hart, the Irishman Who Ran the Imperial Maritime Customs of the Qing Dynasty from 1863 to 1911
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Mark O’Neill
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
21
.07
Friday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Africa’s Best Storyteller Meets the Hong Kong Public
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Alain Mabanckou
MODERATOR(S)
Dr Denis Meyer (French Programme Director, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, HKU)
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: The Consulate Général of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Access All Areas: In Conversation with Sara Wheeler
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sara Wheeler
MODERATOR(S)
Kate Whitehead
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong. For other extended events with Sara Wheeler, please visit British Council website.
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
22
.07
Saturday
11:30am to 1:00pm
Hong Kong Cops and Triads Films: Between West and East
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Amaud Lanuque, Sam Ho
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: The Consulate Général of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
6:00pm to 7:30pm
The Travel Rider: In Conversation with Tim Moore
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Tim Moore
MODERATOR(S)
Antony J. Chan (Head of Arts and Creative Industries, Hong Kong, British Council)
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
23
.07
Sunday
11:30am to 1:00pm
Transcending Boundaries: A Panel Discussion with Sara Wheeler, Tim Moore and Chip Tsao
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sara Wheeler, Tim Moore
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
2:30pm to 4:00pm
Meeting the Little Prince: A Crossed Perspective between Hong Kong and French Artists / Creators
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Cédric Fernandez ,Michelle Chan, Aria Lui
MODERATOR(S)
Mr Nicolas DELSALLE-MUN
REMARKS:
Conducted in French (with English and Cantonese simultaneous interpretation service); Co-organiser: The Consulate Général of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
24
.07
Monday
2:30pm to 4:00pm
Macao – People and Places, Past and Present
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Jason Wordie
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Taking on Hercule Poirot: In Conversation with Sophie Hannah
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sophie Hannah
MODERATOR(S)
Linda Kennedy
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong. For other extended events with Sophie Hannah, please visit British Council website.
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.

World of Knowledge Seminar Series

19
.07
Wednesday
6:30pm to 8:00pm
The Silver Way: Travel-writing Across the Pacific of the 16th-19th Centuries
VENUE:
Meeting Room S428
SPEAKER(S):
Peter Gordon, Juan José Morales
REMARKS:
The online registration has ended. Walk-in may be possible depending on availability.;
Conducted in English; Co-organiser:The Consulate-General of Spain
Detail
21
.07
Friday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Africa’s Best Storyteller Meets the Hong Kong Public
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Alain Mabanckou
MODERATOR(S)
Dr Denis Meyer (French Programme Director, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, HKU)
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: The Consulate Général of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
22
.07
Saturday
11:30am to 1:00pm
Hong Kong Cops and Triads Films: Between West and East
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Amaud Lanuque, Sam Ho
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: The Consulate Général of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
23
.07
Sunday
2:30pm to 4:00pm
Meeting the Little Prince: A Crossed Perspective between Hong Kong and French Artists / Creators
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Cédric Fernandez ,Michelle Chan, Aria Lui
MODERATOR(S)
Mr Nicolas DELSALLE-MUN
REMARKS:
Conducted in French (with English and Cantonese simultaneous interpretation service); Co-organiser: The Consulate Général of France in Hong Kong & Macau
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail

English Reading and Creative Writing Series

20
.07
Thursday
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Sir Robert Hart, the Irishman Who Ran the Imperial Maritime Customs of the Qing Dynasty from 1863 to 1911
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Mark O’Neill
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
21
.07
Friday
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Access All Areas: In Conversation with Sara Wheeler
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sara Wheeler
MODERATOR(S)
Kate Whitehead
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong. For other extended events with Sara Wheeler, please visit British Council website.
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
22
.07
Saturday
6:00pm to 7:30pm
The Travel Rider: In Conversation with Tim Moore
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Tim Moore
MODERATOR(S)
Antony J. Chan (Head of Arts and Creative Industries, Hong Kong, British Council)
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
23
.07
Sunday
11:30am to 1:00pm
Transcending Boundaries: A Panel Discussion with Sara Wheeler, Tim Moore and Chip Tsao
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sara Wheeler, Tim Moore
MODERATOR(S)
Chip Tsao
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
24
.07
Monday
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Taking on Hercule Poirot: In Conversation with Sophie Hannah
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Sophie Hannah
MODERATOR(S)
Linda Kennedy
REMARKS:
Conducted in English; Co-organiser: British Council in Hong Kong. For other extended events with Sophie Hannah, please visit British Council website.
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.

“Theme of the Year: Travel” Seminar Series

24
.07
Monday
2:30pm to 4:00pm
Macao – People and Places, Past and Present
VENUE:
Meeting Room S222-223
SPEAKER(S):
Jason Wordie
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.

Industry Activities

19
.07
Wednesday
2:00pm to 4:00pm
Crisis or Opportunities—Latest Global Trend of Publishing
VENUE:
Meeting Room S224-225
SPEAKER(S):
Mr Victor Wang, Mr CHAO Cheng-ming, Florian Poppe
MODERATOR(S)
Mr CHAN Ka Yeung
REMARKS:
Jointly Organised by HKTDC and Hong Kong Publishing Federation;
Conducted in English and Putonghua with Simultaneous Interpretation services.
Registration:
Please register. Admission priority will be given to the registrants. No seats reserved.
Detail
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