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On Sunday, November 5, the 4th Irrawaddy Literature Festival ended with concluding addresses, local Myanmar dance, canapes, and beverages on the premises of the beautiful Mandalay Hill Resort Hotel.
On Sunday, November 5, the 4th Irrawaddy Literature Festival ended with concluding addresses, local Myanmar dance, canapes, and beverages on the premises of the beautiful Mandalay Hill Resort Hotel. Myanmar and international writers who had kept up the tempo of the three-day program of activities with the help of festival organizers and voluntary workers to attend a final welcoming ceremony kindly sponsored by the Irrawaddy Literary Festival Charitable Trust.
The ILF was established in 2013 under the auspices of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, just a few years after she was released from home detention, and is a very special literature event, a purely philanthropical project whose main goal is to link Myanmar's long-silenced authors with the world' literature world.
The Irrawaddy Literary Festival 2017, as always, provided a three-day free program that welcomed both domestic and foreigners. As well as the scheduled lectures, the Speakers' Corner and (new for 2017) Poets' Corner on the premises of the hotels provided a number of informative lecture series.
At this year's meeting were the co-founder of Lonely Planet, Tony Wheeler, Jung Chang (Wild Swans) Keggie Carew (Dadland) and many other popular authors from around the world. On the Myanmar side, the attendees were no less outstanding (over a hundred writers): May Hnin Shwegu, Ju, Ma Thida, Nay Phone Latt, Yin Yin Nu, Ponnya Khin, Yi Yi Mon; these are just some of the artists who inspired the audience and made everyone scream for the fifth festival's schedule.
It is made possible by in-kind and in-kind contributions from community and global donors such as Max Myanmar Holdings, the U.S. Embassy, the University of Melbourne and Manchester Metropolitan University, KBZ Bank, Mandalay Hill Resort Hotel and Eden Group. As British Foreign Secretary, Rt Hon William Hague said that the Irrawaddy Literary Festival "achieved more for free expression in a single week-end than most of us do in our lives".