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Asian Festival of Children’s Content
23–26 May 2024

本讲座探讨了蔡焜霖的故事和漫画小说形式的改编,以及周見信在描绘 1949 年后台湾的政治和白色恐怖所采用的艺术选择。献给生活故事和被遗忘和忽视的历史的粉丝。

This lecture explores the adaptation of Tsai Kun-lin’s life story to the graphic novel format and the artistic choices utilised by the artist in portraying the politics and trauma of post-1949 Taiwan. For fans of life stories and forgotten and neglected histories of our past.

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Zhou Jian Xin

周见信 (Zhou Jian Xin) (Taiwan)

图文创作者,国立台北艺术大学造形硕士,国立台东大学儿童文学博士。 2016年以《小白》获得信谊幼儿文学奖首奖,出版有《寻猫启事》、《小小的大冒险》、《小朱鹂》、《机车妈妈》、《黑武士林雕》等 绘本。 2021年以《来自清水的孩子》获得金鼎奖、金漫奖新人奖、台北书展大奖,及德国白乌鸦奖,并授出多国版权。

Zhou Jian Xin is an illustrator and writer. He has a PhD in children’s literature from the National Taitung University and a Master’s of design from the Taipei National University of the Arts. In 2016, he won the first prize at the Hsin-Yi Children’s Literature Award with Puppy and I(《小白》). Other picture books by him include 《寻猫启事》(The runaway cat),《小小的大冒险》(Xiao Xiao’s great adventure),《小朱鹂》(The maroon oriole),《机车妈妈》(Mum rides a bike), and《黑武士林雕》(The black eagle knight). In 2021, Zhou won numerous awards, such as the Golden Tripod Award, the Golden Comics Awards Best New Talent, the Taipei Book Fair Award, and the White Ravens Award with his Son of Formosa (《来自清水的孩子》). The book has since been published in many countries.

Lim Cheng Tju

Moderator 林增如 (Lim Cheng Tju) (Singapore)

CT Lim writes about history and popular culture in Singapore. He is the country editor (Singapore) for the International Journal of Comic Art and also the co-editor of Liquid City Volume 2, an anthology of Southeast Asian comics published by Image Comics. His articles and book chapters have appeared in Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science, Journal of Popular Culture, Print Culture and various comics studies anthologies. His most recent creative non-fiction book is Drawn to Satire: Sketches of Cartoonists in Singapore. He reads too many comics.

Image drawn by Jonsuraya. 

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