Join us this week as we talk with Phillipa Milne, Festival Manager, Hong Kong International Literary Festival. The Hong Kong International Literary Festival (HKILF), founded in 2001, is an annual event held over 10 days in the fall, featuring established and emerging writers from around the world in a programme that includes discussions, literary lunches and dinners, workshops, lectures, debates, book signings, and readings.The stellar list of past HKILF authors includes literary luminaries such as Seamus Heaney, Louis de Bernières, Colm Tóibín, Jung Chang, and Yann Martel. We talk with Phillipa about the festival and where it will be headed in 2017, and Hong Kong's place in the international literary orbit.
Phillipa Milne - Hong Kong International Literary Festival
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This week we talk with Will Ross, the Managing Partner of Nest, a company which thinks of itself as Venture Catalysts, creating platforms designed to benefit innovators and entrepreneurs. We discuss the business of start-ups, how Hong Kong is creating (or not) an environment to support entrepreneurship, and the rise of the robots. We also talk about Snap, which recently had its IPO, and how that business will develop value in the marketplace. Prior to joining Nest, Will Ross spent time in Vietnam where he kicked off the IPO process for VietJetAir.com. This followed his time at HSBC where he held a number of senior roles. Prior to moving to Hong Kong from London in 2005 he worked with ABN AMRO, Merrill Lynch and started his career at JP Morgan.
Will Ross - Managing Partner, Nest
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This week we talk with Philip Cracknell, who has lived in Hong Kong since 1985 when he came to the city as an investment banker. He retired from banking in 2013 to reinvent himself as a historian, and to pursue his interest in military history. He produces a blog on the Battle for Hong Kong, and is writing a book with the same title which he hopes to finish in late 2017. He also organizes battlefield tours in Hong Kong and conducts battlefield searches to find war relics.
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