An Open Book
Since the Hong Kong International Literary Festival was founded in 2001, it has brought some of the biggest names in fiction to the city for talks and workshops, including Colm Tóibín, Seamus Heaney and Yann Martel. This year’s line- up is headlined by former BBC News correspondent Kate Adie and includes Pulitzer Prize- winner Junot Díaz ( The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao) and PEN/ Hemingway Award winner Chang- rae Lee ( On Such a Full Sea). Comic books join the programme with talks by Marvel Comics writer Marjorie Liu and artist Sonny Liew. Until November 9; various sites; $ 90– 800.