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The 13th Hong Kong Literature Festival - Pre-festival Competition: Literary Performance Competition

The 13th Hong Kong Literature Festival - Pre-festival Competition: Literary Performance Competition

The Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPL) of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department will organise the 13th Hong Kong Literature Festival from 22 June to 12 July 2020. A pre-festival competition titled “Literary Performance Competition” is being held to enhance the pleasure of reading and stimulate students’ self-learning ability through interpretation, by means of vocal expression and body language, of what they know and understand about a literary work. Participants, either on their own or with a partner, are required to give an interpretation of a Chinese story of their choice in the form of storytelling. The time limit for each performance is 5 minutes. Local primary students are welcomed to participate.

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The 13th Hong Kong Literature Festival - Pre-festival Competition: Literary Performance Competition (Cancelled)
Date & Time: 12 March 2020 (Thursday) (Deadline for Application)
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The Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPL) of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department will organise the 13th Hong Kong Literature Festival from 22 June to 12 July 2020. A pre-festival competition titled “Literary Performance Competition” is being held to enhance the pleasure of reading and stimulate students’ self-learning ability through interpretation, by means of vocal expression and body language, of what they know and understand about a literary work. Participants, either on their own or with a partner, are required to give an interpretation of a Chinese story of their choice in the form of storytelling. The time limit for each performance is 5 minutes. Local primary students are welcomed to participate.

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