Lillian Ngan reviews a new book about the manoeuvres of identity in the quickly evolving political and cultural landscape of Hong Kong.
Nathan Hoks reviews a collection of poetry that tiptoes a line between joyful goofiness and stunning lyricism.
Andy Chen reviews a moving collection of poems by Martin Corless-Smith.
Chris Maden reviews a gentle comedy set in the run-up to Hong Kong’s 1997 ‘handover’ to China…
Flora Mak reviews a theoretical and practical summary of promoting a healthy school framework in Hong Kong.
Paul Clinton Corrigan reviews a book that engages with the darker side of life in the contemporary urban sprawl.
Briankle G. Chang reviews a book that interrogates the enduring power of the image.
Ben Margulies reviews a book that examines the complex politics of racism that is at play in some of the major democracies of the developed world.