Epicurus’ Zoom Poetry
Kam Raslan | Pauline Fan | Minh Bui Jones, The Mekong Review
You can share this podcast by copying this HTML to your clipboard and pasting into your blog or web page.
This week Kam Raslan is joined by esteemed writers – Pauline Fan of PUSAKA and Minh Bui Jones of The Mekong Review. This quarantine has shown possibilities in connecting digitally and Zoom is opening up a whole new avenue of conferencing. Kam asks if this is the future and if it is, is it enough? Then, Pauline shares her appreciation of the lockdown. She finds herself escaping into solitude while translating Paul Celan’s intense German poetry to Malay. Lastly, Minh introduces the lifestyle of epicureanism to the rest. The trio discusses the modest lifestyle especially in time of crisis.
Produced by: Ali Johan
This and more than 60,000 other podcasts in your hand. Download the all new BFM mobile app.
Categories: Film, Politics, Social Issues, People and Places
Tags: Jaipur Literary Festival, Zoom, Covid-19, Comic Con San Diego, Epicurist, Milan, Greek, Stoicism, Malaysian Ministry of Health, Rohingya, Director General of Health, Paul Celan, Michael Hamburger, Pierre Joris, BBC Radio 4, Anton Chekhov, Uncle Vanya, The Mekong Review, Loving Cup, Medium,