口袋大小的書本讓讀者可以隨時隨地輕鬆閱讀。
口袋大小的書本讓讀者可以隨時隨地輕鬆閱讀。

Pocket size is handy for readers to read anytime, anywhere.

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以回收膠樽製作而成的書套。
以回收膠樽製作而成的書套。

The book jacket is made by recycled PET.

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書套膠片的透明特色令書本印刷有了新的體驗。
書套膠片的透明特色令書本印刷有了新的體驗。

Transparent plastic book jacket allows new reading and publication experience.

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口袋大小的書本讓讀者可以隨時隨地輕鬆閱讀。
口袋大小的書本讓讀者可以隨時隨地輕鬆閱讀。

Pocket size is handy for readers to read anytime, anywhere.

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參與本系列講座分享的作者們。
參與本系列講座分享的作者們。

Speakers who shared their new life style in the talk series.

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書內每一篇文章都是由各個講者對生活的不同分享而成,文章裡更補充了講座的內
書內每一篇文章都是由各個講者對生活的不同分享而成,文章裡更補充了講座的內

Passages include sharing and interactions during the talks.

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由講者提供的插畫加強了本書的趣味性。
由講者提供的插畫加強了本書的趣味性。

Illustrations provided by speakers make the book more interesting.

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在排版設計時刻意將重要的句子引出,增加文章的易讀性。
在排版設計時刻意將重要的句子引出,增加文章的易讀性。

Important quotes extracted make readers understand more easily.

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你必須改變你的生活

策劃:許煜
主持:鄭依依

講者:戴秀慧、陳曉蕾、芳子、Sandy、何建宗、

   葉子僑、袁小仙、周思中、黎立本、

   勞麗麗、謝曉陽

國際書號:9789881545374

 

紙本規格 Book Specification

219 pages

Black & White. Softcover. Recycle Book Jacket

176mm x 128mm

Traditional Chinese

Self-Improvement/ Popular Readings

 

2011年日本福島核事件後,我們開始了一系列關於環境與生活的講座,邀請了一些朋友與讀者講解他們改變生活的決定以及他們的實踐,其中包括了藝術家、環境學者、社區經濟經營者、作家、哲學家、農夫、修行者等等,而這些講座都有一個共同的題目:「你必須改變你的生活」。這個口號,來自德國詩人里爾克的〈古老的阿波羅石像殘軀〉(Archaischer Torso Apollos)的最後一句,鏗鏘且有力。但,為甚麼要採用一句命令式的口號,改變生命不是需要自身反省的嗎?當然,但怎樣去開始這些反省,則是另一個問題,在消費主義以及「I don’t give a shit」主義橫行的都市裡,我們怎樣去思考改變的必要呢?

 

如果我們需要改變,那該如何改變?

 

Plan: Yuk Hui

Host: Debby Cheng Yi-yi
Speakers: Tai Sau-wai, Leila Chan, Fongie Chen, Sandy Yip, Ho Kin-Chung, Bella Ip, Cynthia Yuen, Chow Sze-chung, Lai Lap-boon, Natalie Lo Lai-lai, Hsieh Hsiao-yang

ISBN:  9789881545374

After the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011, we started a series of talks and seminars about our lives and the environment, and invited some friends and readers to share their decision of changing their lives and their actions. These include artists, environmental scholars, community economy operators, writers, philosophers, farmers, practitioners, etc., and the theme of seminars is “You Must Change Your Life”. This strong slogan ids originated from the last line of Archaischer Torso Apollos, a poem written by a German poet Reine Maria Rilke. Yet, why do we use a slogan in an imperative tone instead of a reflective one? Surely, changing your own life is reflective, but how to start the reflection is another problem. In this city penetrated by consumerism and “I don’t give a shit”-ism, how do we start to consider the necessity of changing?

 

If we have to change, how should we?

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