Inviting The Neighbours In - Adelaide’s OzAsia Festival ‘08

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Jan Cornall

A new festival in Adelaide’s festival ‘off season’ is gathering ground and popularity. Launched in 2007, this years OzAsia Festival (already held in September14 – 28), surpassed all targets proving –‘if you bill it they will come.’ Executive producer Jacinta Thompson’s gamble, supported by Adelaide Festival Centre CEO, Douglas Gautier - to bring Asian arts into the Australian mainstream has paid o

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About the author

Jan Cornall is a writer/performer who leads writing retreats in inspiring international locations - Bali, Fiji, Laos, Morocco, Burma. She has written for theatre and film, and her novel, Take Me To Paradise is set in Bali between the bombings of 2002 and 2005. Jan is currently working on a short story anthology with Indonesian author Triyanto Triwikromo and a Vietnam/Cambodia travel memoir.