Rethinking our Relationship with Things 再思我們與事物的關係
In his latest book, Secondhand: Travels in the Global Garage Sale, Adam Minter takes us on a journey into the surprising afterlives of our former possessions. Sooner or later, all of us are faced with things we no longer need or want. But when we drop our old clothes and other items off at a local donation center, where do they go? And in a world that craves shiny and new, is there room for it all? Adam Minter offers hard truths about why we keep buying more things, and hopeful answers about what really needs to change to build a sustainable future free of excess stuff. He is joined in conversation by Hong Kong-based artist and product designer Kevin Cheung, who works exclusively with upcycled and re-used raw materials. In ENGLISH, and available online 24 hours later with CHINESE subtitles.
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Adam Minter 在他的最新著作 Secondhand: Travels in the Global Garage Sale 中，帶我們踏上我們先前財產的來世之旅。 遲早，我們所有人都將面臨我們不再需要或不想要的事情。 但是，當我們將舊衣服和其他物品丟到當地的捐贈中心時，它們又去了哪裡？ 這個渴望閃亮新奇的世界中是否有足夠的空間？ Adam Minter 提供了關於為何我們繼續購買更多東西的道理，以及什麼才能建立一個沒有多餘物質的可持續未來。節目以英語進行， 中文字幕將於24小時後提供在線上觀看。
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Adam Minter is a columnist at Bloomberg Opinion where he writes about topics that include technology, the future of food, and recycling.