During the twelfth orbit of the non-planet Pluto in the Gregorian year of 2015 (Muslim year 1436, Chinese Year of Wood + Goat), Pluto birthed a star seed that, drawn by the gravity of its fate, weathered Jupiter's storms and navigated Saturn's rings, eventually landing at its fated destination of Hot Cat Club in Beijing, China. It was there that three friends planted the star seed in the Internet's third-and-a-half dimension, anointing it with discounted wine and lovingly naming it Lo.Re.Li.
All submissions are accepted with minimal edits.
Annual contests in all three categories.
- To reach out for planning events, sponsorships, or interviews,
- To submit your art, writing, or sound pieces,
- To introduce a friend who you think should get some recognition,
send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to get to know all Loreli participants, so please include a brief intro of yourself and your China story to get the conversation going.
You do not have to be living in China at the time of submission.
Preference given to fledgling artists and writers with low media exposure.
Kerryn comes from a family of artists. She studied filmmaking before moving exclusively into writing. She has lived in China for almost 4 years and runs several events around Beijing including The Bookworm Book Club and the WOW Collective. Kerryn is Australian and practises British English so, no, it's not a typo. Kerryn curates Loreli's LOOK section.
Hannah has lived in China for over 5 years, now a research manager of consumer insights. She is also a writer, with pieces in Forbes, ChinaUS Focus, Huffington Post, the Anthill, and Beijing Cream. She released her first book of short stories in May 2015, Ashen. Hannah curates Loreli's READ section.
Amy is a voice actor and host of The Pulse, an indie rock radio show at China Radio International. She also hosts The Beijing Storytellers, a monthly event featuring Beijing's finest oral storytellers. Amy curates Loreli's LISTEN section.