Irina Bevza reviews a personal account of the financial crisis that ushered out the twentieth century.
Shui-yin Sharon Yam reviews Karen Cheung’s poignant memoir about life in Hong Kong.
Walter Chan reviews Yajun Mo’s examination of early Chinese travel culture.
Chamois Chui reviews a collection of letters that lifts the veil on a different side of early colonial Hong Kong.
ACAB thinks about Videogame activism in Hong Kong.
Adrian Ho reviews the latest anthology from the Hong Kong Writers Circle.
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.