Since the Occupation Movement, Hong Kong people lived a very life and writers' minds were also implicated. However, they were still brightly lit through the journey, and the visible and invisible twilight in the movement was always bright.
This issue of "Flower" uses "Light Way" as its cover story. Through abstract but everyday images into different fields, such as religion, philosophy, art, and life, it draws a ribbon of imagination and thinking. Each article has become a world Echoed each other. We believe that when "Light" escaped from the conventions of literary symbols, the texts still produce a wide range of perceptual memories that are connected with life.
As testimony of "Light," there are other articles, including Deng Xiaohua, who went to write an Iowa international writers' program, and local talk with Bernice Chauly, a Malaysian writer actively involved in social movements. Apart from the writer's point of view, we borrowed Photographer He Zhaonan and Zeng Zi Yang's video works, thinking in the light and shadow what is literary texture.
The "Flower" editor of this issue also talked with Professor Bai Ruiwen from the "Dream of the Red Chamber Award". From "Lie Lao Lao Zhuan" to the world positioning of Hong Kong literature.
In addition, this issue also has Wanma Caidan's "magical daily life of Tibetan writers." This year's Asian Film Festival coincides with the director Wanma Caidan. We have chosen to explore the novel world that has been internationally recognized by the director and provide readers with an alternative space for reading Chinese literature.
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