A Tik & Tok Adventure by Peter Suart


Hong Kong book fair 2008 by tikandtok
April 2, 2009, 4:43 pm
Filed under: Events, MCCM

We are very happy to join the HK book fair again this year. This year we are glad to have Peter Suart to be with us!

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meeting Peter in HK bookfair by tikandtok
April 2, 2009, 4:40 pm
Filed under: Events

Peter Suart is invited by the British Council to join the HK book fair in July 2008. He shared a lot of his experience and his thoughts on making his books in the talks and sharing sessions.hk-book-fair-2008-peter



18.3.2007. EXHIBITION OPENING by tikandtok
May 6, 2008, 10:24 am
Filed under: Events, The Black Book of Falling

THE BLACK BOOK OF FALLING – a comic book exhibition by Peter Suart

at Hong Kong Arts Centre



20.3.07 HKICC LEE SHAU KEE SCHOOL OF CREATIVITY. by tikandtok
May 6, 2008, 10:18 am
Filed under: Events

Peter Suart was sharing with a group of 170 Form 4 students his views and attitudes on self, life, world, interests, art, sports and his music. The session is delivered almost 100% Cantonese – students were amazed and impressed with his language fluency.



Peter Suart at Kubrick by mandyso
September 1, 2007, 1:55 pm
Filed under: Events, Meet the Author

Peter Suart at Kubrick



Peter Suart at Kubrick by mandyso
August 20, 2007, 9:42 am
Filed under: Events, Meet the Author

Sunday 26 August 2007
3 – 4pm
Kubrick Bookstore at Yau Ma Tei

Suart is an illustrator, a writer, a musician and a theatrical performer. His Tik and Tok series of books is written and illustrated for children and for adults. The stories are built on perplexing questions in life: What is real? How should we live? Where is meaning to be found? Are you free for tea on Thursday?
Five new Tik and Tok books have been published in recent months. North is the seventh in the series and deals with whaling and the far north. The Black Book of Falling is the first black and white full-length strip cartoon. Three early titles — The Storm, The Love of Learning, The Secret of the Universe — have appeared in Chinese, translated by Sunny Pang, the choreographer/linguist with whom Suart has collaborated on performances over many years.

Suart was raised in Hong Kong. He schooled and studied illustration in England before returning to Hong Kong to work in art, music and theatre. The band he co-founded with Kung Chi Shing, ‘the box’, will be performing their twentieth anniversary show Bluebeard in September at the Kwai Tsing Theatre.

Suart will talk for about half an hour on his current projects, in English and Cantonese, after which questions will be most welcome.