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Ruang Tengah

Started from a special session called "A Rare Conversation with Sapardi Djoko Damono x Joko Pinurbo" in the 2016's festival, this special program now has an official name: "Ruang Tengah", which will present a rare, intimate, deeper conversation with Southeast Asia's most influential literary and intellectual figures. Up to this year's festival we can only present Indonesia's giants. But in later years hopefully we will include legendary figures from other countries in ASEAN. So, here are the four minds sitting in this year's "Ruang Tengah":
 
Venue: Gedung Tjipta Niaga Kota Tua Jakarta
 
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Opening Night: Faisal Tehrani

Every year ASEAN Literary Festival opened by lecture from prominent figure in Southeast Asia.
 
This year we proudly present Faisal Tehrani of Malaysia to deliver a lecture on resisting book banning, on fighting for freedom of expression in Southeast Asia.
 
In this year's festival opening, there will also be a special speech by Hilmar Farid, Director General of Culture, The Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia, on how literature unites the region.
 
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Lomba Menulis Artikel dan Liputan Berhadiah Total 60 Juta Rupiah

ASEAN Literary Festival 2017 Lomba Menulis Artikel dan Liputan Berhadiah Total 60 Juta Rupiah

Batas akhir: 16 Juli 2017

ASEAN Literary Festival Ardhanary Institute dan Aliansi Jurnalis Independen mempersembahkan

Lomba Menulis Artikel dan Liputan

Tema: ”Keberagaman Gender dan Seksualitas”.

Hadiah total: Rp 60 Juta

 

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Awaiting ASEANís literary leap

Southeast Asia could claim to be - geopolitically speaking - one of the most strategic spots in the world, but it has contributed little to the world of literature.

 
While the region has contributed at least two renowned political figures - winners of the Nobel Peace Prize: pro-democracy Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi and East Timor's independence movement leader Jose Ramos Horta - no figures from the Southeast Asian literature scene have won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
 
The region's biggest contribution to the world of literature may have been only its cameo role in George Orwell's Burmese Days and some other works based on his sojourn there in the mid-20th century. Indonesian writer Pramoedya Ananta Toer may have been close several times to winning the coveted trophy that is the Nobel Priz >>more

ALF proceeds with controversial events despite protests

The ASEAN Literary Festival ( ALF ) 2016 entered its second day on Friday without major disruption, despite earlier protest from Muslim groups over controversial event programming that included discussions on homosexuality and the 1965 tragedy.

Police officers were sent to guard the festival location, the Taman Ismail Marzuki arts center in Central Jakarta, in anticipation of a possible security breach after the festival organizer received complaints over fringe events discussing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ( LGBT ) issues and Indonesia’s 1965 tragedy, an aborted coup blamed on the now defunct Indonesian Communist Party ( PKI ).

The festival hosted various programs, including “Ingat 65” — a showcase of how young people have used digital storytelling to remember the tragedy that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands o >>more




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