PROGRAMME DETAILS

互联网时代,实体书店何去何从

SWF Stage

SWF Lectures

DATE / TIME

11 Nov, Sat 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
90mins

VENUE

The Arts House, Play Den
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TICKETED EVENT

S$15

LANGUAGE

此节目将以中文进行
This session is in Mandarin

MODERATED BY

Lim Jen Erh

DESCRIPTION

在消费者纷纷选择上网购物,读者转而从数码媒体接收信息、在网络平台上阅读电子书的时代洪流当中,仍有不少实体书店默默挣扎,坚守岗位。我们请来日籍文化推动者兼爱书人吉井忍、香港作家陈浩基、本地书店创始人许小丹,一起谈谈在阅读习惯彻底颠覆的现当代,实体书店是否仍有存在之必要。



How Bookstores Can Survive In The Internet Age

Across the world, brick-and-mortar bookstores are struggling as consumers turn to online shopping and digital media. Join Japanese bibliophile and book-culture expert Yoshii Shinobu, Hong Kong author Chan Ho-kei, and Singapore's Anthony Koh Waugh, the founder of Booktique, as they discuss the evolution of the browse-and-buy experience, and the relevance of bookstores in the modern age.

This session is in Mandarin

FEATURING

日籍中文女作家,现居北京专职写作,擅长美食、书店、生活类题材,著有《东京本屋纪事》、《和风手作便当》。日本国际基督教大学毕业,留学成都,曾到法国务农,辗转台北、马尼拉、上海等地任经济新闻编辑。也曾任《南方周末》评论版撰稿人,《城市画报》、《南方人物周刊》特约记者,《LOHAS 乐活》专栏作者、日中友好协会驻华记者。


Yoshii Shinobu is a Beijing-based Japanese writer who writes professionally in Chinese on food, bookstores and lifestyle. Her published works include Tokyo’s Constant Booksellers and Four Bento Seasons. She graduated from Japan’s International Christian University and furthered her studies in Chengdu. She has worked as a farmer in France and as a financial news editor in Taipei, Manila and Shanghai. She is currently the China correspondent for the China-Japan Friendship Association.

Yoshii Shinobu (吉井忍) is featured in the following SWF event(s):

香港作家,以推理创作见长。写作生涯始于2008年,以童话推理作品《杰克魔豆杀人事件》入围台湾推理作家协会征文奖决选,隔年凭《蓝胡子的密室》赢得同一活动首奖。2011年,小说作品《遗忘·刑警》获颁中文推理创作界最崇高的“岛田庄司推理小说奖”。2015年凭长篇作品《13·67》夺台北国际书展大奖,作品售出美、英、法、加、意、荷
韩等多国版权,也将改编成电影,缔造华文推理小说新纪录。现为台湾推理作家协会海外成员。

 

Chan Ho-Kei is from Hong Kong. His writing career started in 2008 with the short story ‘The Case of Jack and the Beanstalk’, shortlisted for the Mystery Writers of Taiwan Award. He won the following year with ‘The Locked Room of Bluebeard’. In 2011, his novel The Man Who Sold the World won the Soji Shimada Mystery Award – the biggest mystery prize in the Chinese-speaking world – while in 2015, his novel The Borrowed won the Taipei Book Fair Award. 

Chan Ho-Kei (陈浩基) is featured in the following SWF event(s):

对许小丹来说,书本就像空气不可或缺。商科出身,却选择在城市中打造一个非商业书店。Booktique Where Writers Shop 卖的是灵感和人文气息。进军书店业之前,曾任杂志撰稿人七年。

 

Books are like air to Anthony Koh Waugh. Though a business student by education, he created an unbusinesslike bookshop in the city. Booktique Where Writers Shop sells inspiration and humanity. Before venturing into bookselling, he survived on writing articles for magazines for seven years.

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