AUTHOR DETAILS

Ritu Hemnani

Ritu Hemnani is a former ESF student and Secondary School teacher who is ethnically Indian, holds a British passport and calls Hong Kong home. Her short stories and articles have been published in the Asian Literary Review, Reader’s Digest and Expat Living Magazine. Gope and Meera – A Migration Story is her first children’s book. Ritu is a committed writing ambassador for the Home of Loving Faithfulness, which serves the mentally and physically disabled of Hong Kong. When not writing, teaching or voice acting for audio books or educational toys, Ritu delights in poetry, theatre and is a busy wife and mother to three extraordinary kids!

APPEARING IN

Why is storytelling important and how can we become better storytellers? With the use of words, pictures and props, Ritu will share her tips and insights in this lively session of interactive storytelling. Ritu will also talk about the journey of her published children’s book, Gope and Meera – A Migration Story. About Ritu Hemnani Ritu Hemnani is a former ESF student and Secondary School teacher who is ethnically Indian, holds a British passport and calls Hong Kong home. Her short stories and […]