Wayne Kwong considers the relationship between local Hong Kong food and Western culture.
Susanna Kleeman has something very particular in mind as she tries to account for the “death” of literary fiction.
Lilli Chung reflects on the trials and tribulations of undertaking a research degree in the age of COVID-19.
Innocent Mutanga discusses the important role that Africans can play in today’s Hong Kong and beyond.
Flora Mak discusses the complex – but somewhat ignored – issue of gender in/equality in Hong Kong.
Johanna von Pezold uses insights from her fieldwork in Mozambique to explore China–Africa relations through the lens of fashion.
As the UK government signals a potential ‘path to citizenship’ to nearly 3 million potential Hong Kong BNOs, and Trump starts the process of revoking Hong Kong’s special treatment, journalist and cultural historian Stuart Walton reflects on public and private histories.
Gerard Delanty surveys recent contentions in political philosophy during the global health crisis.