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June 29, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Miller Theatre, Asia Society

The Disappearing Act: The Impossible Case of MH370

01:20am, 8 March 2014. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, carrying 239 passengers, disappeared into the night, never to be seen or heard from again. Writing for Le Monde in the days and months after the plane’s disappearance, journalist Florence de Changy closely documented the chaotic international investigation that followed, uncovering more questions than answers. Tonight she joins us for an in-depth discussion of the one of the most pervasive and troubling mysteries of recent memory. Don’t miss this chance to hear the deeply unnerving narrative of what happened to the missing aircraft, and to discuss this remarkable piece of investigative journalism with the author herself.

Moderated by: James Kynge
James Kynge is global China editor at the Financial Times, based in Hong Kong. He is also editor of #techAsia, a newsletter Asian on tech themes. His bestselling book, China Shakes the World, was published in 2009.

2014年3月8日,凌晨1時20分載著239名乘客的馬來西亞航空MH730客機在夜空中消失,此後再無消息。客機消失後,記者Florence de Changy一直在《世界報》撰寫失蹤事件相關文章,紀錄後續紛亂的國際調查工作。調查並沒有解開客機失蹤的謎團,反而揭露了更多疑問。今晚,她將與我們一起深入討論這個近年最轟動和複雜的未解之謎。她將會解構這起令人不安的客機失蹤事件,並以作者的身分親自講解這篇調查報導。精彩內容,請勿錯過!

主持:James Kynge
James Kynge現居香港,在《金融時報(Financial Times)》擔任環球中國編輯,同時他也編輯了亞洲科技資訊簡報“#techAsia”。他的暢銷書《中國震撼世界(China Shakes the World)》出版于2009年。

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Florence de Changy is an award-winning foreign correspondence for Le Monde, covering the Asia Pacific region.