Chris Maden reviews Lindsay Varty’s fascinating tour of a disappearing Hong Kong.
Lin Song reviews Daniel F. Vukovich’s interdisciplinary account of the PRC’s illiberal political culture.
Tom Marling reviews a collection of animal fables that adds an elegant new dimension to the anglophone understanding of the Chinese literary tradition.
May Huang reviews a new collection of poems from Hong Kong.
Ka-Lee Wong reviews an assessment of Hong Kong and its culture two decades after its reversion to China.
Matthew Wu reviews a novel crafted from the personal stories of those who fled mainland China as a consequence of WWII and the Chinese Civil War.
Emily Chow reviews Gordon Mathews’s ethnographic portrait of the lives of sub-Saharan Africans in Guangzhou.
Chris Maden reviews Syd Goldsmith’s memoir of his life in Hong Kong around the years of the Great Proletariat Cultural Revolution.