Literary Kite Workshop | Reading on the Grass | Book Talk

Literary Kite Workshop

The House of Hong Kong Literature lets words soar with an afternoon of free literary kite making sessions.

The workshop is full. Online registration is now closed.

Workshop will be held in Cantonese

11 September (Sunday)

2:00pm – 2:45pm
3:45pm – 4:30pm
5:30pm – 6:15pm

Sunset Lawn

Reading on the Grass

Led by The House of Hong Kong Literature, “Reading on the Grass” returns to Freespace Happening with a new theme for each month. To join the BookCrossing, simply bring along books related to the monthly theme and share them with us, then choose books you would like to adopt! You can also borrow books that other people have shared and read them on the lawn – even if you don’t bring any yourself!

Requirement for books:

-  We welcome books in Chinese and English language

-  We only accept books that are in good condition

-  We only accept legal copies of books

-  Magazines, newspapers and textbooks are also not accepted

-  Books with obscene, violent or offensive content are not accepted

Book Crossing Guidelines:

  1. We suggest that you exchange the same number of books as you brought;
  2. You can exchange as many books as you want;
  3. Books that fit with the theme of month are highly recommended;
  4. Bags will not be provided, please bring your own bag(s);
  5. If you did not bring a book to exchange, but found a book you are interested in at the Library:
    5.1 Read the book at Freespace Happening;
    5.2 Return the book to the Library before leaving.

11 September (Sunday)

2:00pm – 7:00pm

Sunset Lawn

Theme of the Month:

Book Talk

Taking place alongside “Reading on the Grass”, “Book Talk” is an informal talk where writers and artists share creative ideas and a selection of their favourite books, and they will read our ‘poem of the month’ in response to the theme of each month’s Freespace Happening.

Lin Sheng-xiang (Vocal of Sheng-xiang & Band)
Yvette Wong (co-writer of novel Floating City)

11 September (Sunday)

Lin Sheng-xiang - 3:25pm – 3:45pm
Yvette Wong - 5:10pm – 5:30pm

Sunset Lawn

About the House of Hong Kong Literature

The House of Hong Kong Literature was established by a group of local scholars and academics in 2009, with the aim of exploring new opportunities and growth for local literary development. They have since organized numerous events, talks and seminars, and garnered the support of over 300 literati and members of the public.