DescriptionTo live harmoniously with nature is one of the most important principles for the survival of our world. The present outbreak of the COVID-19 is a dark reminder of having lost this harmony. In the wake of the new coronavirus, nature sends us a very clear message. We need to respect animals and there is a very strict boundary of what we should eat and what we shouldn't.
This present crisis poses questions to our humanity and our humanism. It addresses the bigger questions of life. Can we afford to forget how vulnerable life is? Have we forgotten how everything works together in a balanced circle of life? What are the boundaries between humans and animals? How do we fight epidemic illnesses together? Will we focus on the animal origin or laboratory failure of this virus outbreak, or shouldn't we rather spend time contemplating our destructive capability to bring disasters upon ourselves and our neighbours.
|Period||2 Jan 2021|
|Event title||The 13th Hong Kong Literature Festival : Poetry Recitals|