RTHK:The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2011

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Indian writer Amitav Ghosh’s Ibis Trilogy began with Sea of Poppies, set at the time of the first Opium War, was shortlisted for the 2008 Booker Prize.
Sarah Passmore was joined by Emma Donoghue, author of Room, to talk about her writing.
Evelyn Lau tells Sarah Passmore about her book - Runaway Diary of a Street Kid
Barrister and author of "Ugly" Constance Briscoe talks to Sarah Passmore about her life and her books.
Jeffrey Archer talked to Hugh Chiverton about his writing and colourful life.
Sir Andrew Motion talked to Hugh Chiverton about poems.
Jessica Rudd spoke to Sarah Passmore about her first novel, Campaign Ruby
Benjamin Zephaniah talked to Sarah Passmore about his poems and works.
Wena Poon is joined by Sarah Passmore to discuss her book 'Alex y Robert'.
Amitav Ghosh was joined by Sarah Passmore to talk about his writing.
The event was held on International Women's Day 2011 (8 March). RTHK's Sarah Passmore talked to three women authors: Deborah Baker from the US, Suchen Christine Lim of Singapore, and Hong Kong's own Christine Loh.
Leslie T Chang is a journalist and best selling author of 'Factory Girls', a portrait of the lives and loves of ordinary migrant workers in China, published in 2008. She told Hugh Chiverton about the origin of the book.
Jonathan Watts talks to Sarah Passmore about his book on "When a Billion Chinese Jump".
Mrs Moneypenny is joined by RTHK's Sarah Passmore to discuss her work and life.
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