About this Event
ABOUT THE EVENT
由西西基金會營運的「西西空間」透過整理西西手作猿猴及手稿等遺物，模仿故居佈置原有家具，向公眾重現西西的寫作氛圍。「西西空間」預計在 2025 年的下半年正式開幕，在其開幕之前，創辦人羅樂敏、黃怡和劉偉成會談談西西空間緣起，及《從跳格子到坐飛氈：西西追思文集》編輯過程，同場也會介紹記錄西西故居原貌的立體 360 片段及照片，以及仿其故居建造的微型屋模型。
The Xixi Space, operated by the Xixi Foundation, aims to recreate the writing atmosphere of Hong Kong renowned author Xixi by organizing her handmade monkeys, manuscripts, and other artifacts, and replicating the original furniture of her residence. The Space is scheduled to officially open in the second half of 2025. Prior to its opening, founders Louise Law Eva Wong, and Dr. Liu Wai Shing will discuss the origins of the project and the editorial process of the anthology From Hopscotch to Flying Carpet: A Collection of Memories of Xixi. The event will also feature a presentation of 360-degree segments and photographs documenting the original appearance of Xixi's residence, as well as a miniature model replicating her home.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
羅樂敏是一位詩人、編輯和文化項目發起人。她畢業於香港中文大學哲學系，獲得英國文學研究碩士學位。她曾組織過多個大型項目，包括香港國際文學節、LitStream 文學節、藝術新蒲崗、方舟計劃：推廣香港作家等等。她是詩集《Or So It Seems》的作者，在第 13 屆香港書獎中獲得新晉作家評審推薦獎。
Louise is a poet, an editor and a cultural project initiator. Graduated from the Department of Philosophy of the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master's Degree in English Literary Studies, she has organised large-scale projects such as the Hong Kong International Literary Festival, the LitStream Literary Festival, the Arts San Po Kong, The Ark: Promoting Hong Kong Writers Overseas, among others.
劉偉成持有香港浸會大學人文及創作系的博士學位。他目前擔任牛津大學出版社（中國區）的副編輯總監，同時也是香港浸會大學的兼職講師。2021 年，他獲得第 15 屆香港藝術發展獎「年度藝術家（文學藝術）」的殊榮。他的最新作品包括詩集《果實微溫》以及 2019 年的散文集《影之忘返》。
Stuart Lau holds a PhD from the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing of Hong Kong Baptist University. His latest publications are the poetry collection Modest Heat in Fruits as well as the prose collection Alpine Forgetting of Shadow. He is currently the associate editorial director of Oxford University Press (China), and a part-time lecturer of HKBU. In 2021, he was awarded the Artist of the Year (Literary Arts) of the 15th Hong Kong Arts Development Awards.
香港作家，現任《字花》編輯，香港電台節目《開卷樂》主持。香港藝術發展獎 2018 藝術新秀獎（文學藝術）得主，著有小說集《擠迫之城的戀愛方法》、《林葉的四季》、《補丁之家》、《據報有人寫小說》。2020 年入選台灣《聯合文學》「20 位最受期待的青壯世代華文小說家」之一。
Eva Wong is an award-winning Hong Kong writer, librettist, radio show host, and editor at Fleur des Lettres. She is the author of four short story collections: Ways To Love In A Crowded City, The Four Seasons of Lam Yip, Patched Up, and News Stories. In 2020, she was named one of 20 Young Sinophone Novelists to Watch by the Taiwanese literary magazine Unitas. She participated in the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa in 2023.
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The Hong Kong International Literary Festival (HKILF) inspires the joy of reading by bringing the world’s writers and stories to Hong Kong’s diverse communities. A dynamic year-round programme and an annual festival offer dialogue, entertainment and perspective, while the Young Readers Festival (YRF) motivates students to engage with all aspects of the written word, improving communication skills, while nurturing the art of writing and storytelling.
The annual festival features established and emerging writers from around the world, alongside local literary talents, in a programme that includes panel discussions, book talks, readings, workshops, walks, school programmes, performances, and more.
To find more, please visit our official website: https://www.festival.org.hk/
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Fringe Jockey Club Studio Theatre, Fringe Club 藝穗會, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
HKD 115.20 to HKD 128.00