Heidy Lo reviews Marshall Moore’s new tale of a Hong Kong haunted by history that is also a deftly told allegory for today.
Liz Wan Yuen-Yuk reviews an authoritative new collection of one of Taiwan’s most respected writers from the turn of the century.
Marija Todorova reviews Mang Ke’s poetry collection and considers the significant role played by translators in such projects.
Blair Reeve reviews a debut collection of poetry from Nashua Gallagher.
Jason Chu reviews John Saeki’s new detective novel which restores the South China tiger to its rightful place in the wilds of Hong Kong.
Chloe Lim reviews Leta Hong-Fincher’s second book on women in today’s China.
Chloe Lim reviews Roseann Lake’s provocative new book on the pressures faced by women in today’s China.
Stephen Davies discusses the latest by Agnes Ku, whose poetry/prose/image project confronts modern life in Hong Kong.