Extra Tickets Released for Shanghai International Literary Festival

By That's Shanghai, March 13, 2017

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Good news for literary lovers. The Shanghai International Literary Festival has made extra tickets available for the rest of the festival, which runs until March 22. Already crowds have flocked to Glam to see talks by Amy Tan, Alec Ash, Duncan Clark and many more. However, there's still plenty to pique your curiosity with talks from the likes of Rob Schmitz (March 13), Timothy Garton Ash (Mar 15), Witi Ihimaera (Mar 17), Lijia Zhang (Mar 18), Anne Sebba (Mar 19), Claire Keegan (Mar 19), Mei Zhang (Mar 21). Check out our full preview of the festival here. Limited tickets are available at Glam.

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