Brendan Riley reviews the mordant scatological potion that is Lao Yang’s Pee Poems.
Ethan Hsi reviews Mei-mei Berssenbrugge’s ecopoetics of cosmic interconnection.
Irina Bevza reviews a personal account of the financial crisis that ushered out the twentieth century.
Shui-yin Sharon Yam reviews Karen Cheung’s poignant memoir about life in Hong Kong.
Walter Chan reviews Yajun Mo’s examination of early Chinese travel culture.
Joshua Calladine-Jones reviews Jessica Au’s deeply personal, cinematic, and impressionistic novel.
Julian Willming reviews a text that explores our yearning for a utopian version of the past that never existed.
Chamois Chui reviews a collection of letters that lifts the veil on a different side of early colonial Hong Kong.