严歌苓开讲啦:如果生活没了文学

点评摘要:被称为“中国思想好声音”《开讲啦》从3月23日起正式进入周播,每周六晚23:30与观众见面。著名的华人作家严歌苓在周播版中以“如果生活没了文学”为题首个 “开讲”,节目中说出“不能写作,我最精彩的部分就死了”的豪言。 Click here to read more »

Shovon Chowdhury’s blog: India Update

Shovon Chowdhury is a Delhi-based amateur humourist. Visit his blog, India Update.

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Shovon Chowdhury’s research project on Facebook: The Trilokpuri Incident

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British tourist who jumped from hotel window ‘will never travel alone in India again’

The Telegraph

 

A British tourist has said she will never travel alone in India again after she jumped from a second floor window in fear of a sexual assault by her hotel manager.

 

Jessica Davies, a 31-year-old dental hygienist from south-east London, claimed the manager and an accomplice had laid siege to her hotel room for more than an hour after he had knocked in the middle of the night and asked her to shower and have an oil massage. Despite closing the door on him and declining his offer, he had continued trying to force his way in, she said.

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From Book to Screen: FILMART 2013 Seminar

As book-to-movie adaptations become more popular at the box-office, a FILMART 2013 panel has examined the importance of such work to the entertainment industry. Speakers including Indian writer Chetan Bhagat, writer/director Michael Tolkin, Marysia Juszczakiewicz of the Peony Literary Agency and Stu Levy of TOKYOPOP spoke at the 19 March event, sharing their experience on such projects and opportunities they create for filmmakers and publishers alike.

 

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Marysia moderating Phillip Kim’s debut novel Nothing Gained at the Beijing Bookworm Literary Festival

Phillip Kim

 

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