Historian Jeff Wasserstrom shares with Daniel C. Tsang his historically tempered observations about Hong Kong.
Chris Maden reviews Paul Pickowicz’s account of a unique moment in modern China’s history.
Ignatius G.D. Suglo reviews a book that collects visceral images of Hong Kong’s last ghetto.
Michael O’Sullivan reviews a book that dares to ask the fundamental question facing all universities in the twenty-first century.
Yvonne Wong reviews Paul French’s exploration of the genius loci of Shanghai.
May Huang reviews a celebrated debut collection of poetry by the Hong Kong writer Mary Jean Chan.
Emily Chow-Quesada reviews The Hong Kong Writers Circle annual anthology of short stories and poems about the city.
Eli Park Sorensen reviews Galin Tihanov’s impressive new work on the rise and fall of literary theory.