Germany Reads for Hong Kong

Germany Reads for Hong Kong

21 09 2019 at Bebelplatz

 

4.00 p.m. Welcome by Ulrich Schreiber
4.20 p.m. Regula Venske reads Tammy Ho: »This Moment« and »We Are What We Are Are Made Of«
4.25 p.m.
Thea Dorn reads Andrew Barker's »A Cento Extradited from China Daily, 17th of June 2019, after Two Million people had Peacefully Marched Against Plans to Allow those Accused of Crimes in Hong Kong to be taken to Mainland China for Trial«
4.30 p.m.
Sharon Adler reads »Haiku for Hong Kong's Drops in the Ocean Evolved« by Paola Caronni and »Ode To Hong Kong Freedom Hi« by Aaron Chan
4.35 p.m.
Georg Jansen reads »Variationen auf einen Kafkasatz«
4.40 p.m. Alice Khaki YU and Dio Tik Wan LAU read short stories from Hong Kong
4.50 p.m.
Roswitha Quadflieg reads an excerpt from Liao Yiwu's volume »Die Kugel und das Opium« and Ting Guo, »Why do I care«
4.55 p.m.
Holger Kulick reads »Hanging On Life«
5.00 p.m. Ben King-fai Wong [text still open]
5.05 p.m.
Wai Tung Poon, Mei Ling Iu [text still open]
5.10 p.m. – 6.00 p.m.
texts for approximately five-minute readings can be brought along. The ilb also provides a selection of poems in German and English, from which you can read as well.