Amanda Hsu reads the latest novel by Richard Powers in the context of speculative realism.
Eliot Rosenstock reviews a fascinating new work that interrogates the relationship between warfare, constitutions, and modernity.
In this haunting creative critical essay, Patrick Holland reflects on the various dimensions opened up by the stories of those who live with/in Hong Kong.
Ivan Stacy reflects on the antagonism between individualist and collectivist systems in Hao Jingfang’s Vagabonds.
Yen Ooi reviews Elizabeth Wong’s debut novel, which explores the complicated relationship diaspora communities have with culture and identity.
Briankle G. Chang reviews a fascinating account of the cultural significance of spectacles.
Sophina Chu reflects on Hong Kong’s racial politics in the context of Jasper Fforde’s allegorical novel.