In City on Fire, Antony Dapiran provides the first detailed account of the Hong Kong protests, and how a leaderless, technology-driven protest movement defied a global superpower and changed Hong Kong, perhaps forever. Antony considers the city’s long history of dissent, and looks at what the protests will mean for the future of Hong Kong, China, and China’s place in the world.
PRESENTED BY: MERI FATIN
SPONSORED BY: MARGARET RIVER BOOKSHOP
DATE: Saturday | 16 May 2020 | 11am
VENUE: MAIN STAGE
TICKETS: $20 OR INCLUDED IN FESTIVAL PASS