UWRF to ponder consequences of human actions

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This article mentions Andreas Harsono Eliza Vitri Handayani Faisal Oddang Laksmi Pamuntjak Leila S. Chudori Warih Wisatsana
Written by Sebastian Partogi
Originally published in Jakarta Post.
Oct 14, 2019

More than 100 authors, activists and journalists from 30 countries will gather at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival (UWRF) in Bali from Oct. 23 to 27 to share their stories and ideas on karma. Karma — the theme of this year’s UWRF — is derived from the Balinese Hindus’ spiritual principle of karma phala, where each action has a consequence equal in force, and similar in form. UWRF, one of the most prominent literary events in the world, will feature 180 speakers this year. True to its trademark as a platform for multidisciplinary contemporary dialog, the festival will showcase not just authors but also activists, chefs, fashion designers and performing artists. They will excange ideas along with participants and guests across 170 programs during the four-day festival. 

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