Blacksmith publisher Pete Spurrier was among four writers who shared their insights with Hong Kong members of the Asian American Journalists Association on the evening of April 3. Pete has written guidebooks to Hong Kong, while the other authors — Cameron Dueck, Michelle Yu and Blossom Kan — have written travelogues and novels, so there were different perspectives and a lot of variety to the discussion.
If you missed the fun, you can still follow the discussion on the high-tech
AAJA blog — their webmaster was live-tweeting the whole event!
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