Dr. Emma Zhang reviews the autobiography of an Oxford scholar and Catholic missionary who witnessed multiple national upheavals and whose life was committed to her faith and community.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a campus novel…er…poem.
Darren Huang reviews Jessica J. Lee’s hybrid work of nature writing, memoir, and history investigating Taiwan and her family’s past.
Chris Maden reviews An Yu’s haunting and intelligent debut novel, centred on relationships in modern China.
Paul Clinton Corrigan reviews Francesca Ferrando’s important intervention in the debates encircling the notion of Posthumanism.
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.