Emma H. Zhang reviews Stephen Vines’s uncompromising critique of Hong Kong’s new political terrain.
Walter Chan reviews a new work comparing the central museums of Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore.
Innocent Mutanga discusses the important role that Africans can play in today’s Hong Kong and beyond.
Lillian Ngan reviews a new book about the manoeuvres of identity in the quickly evolving political and cultural landscape of Hong Kong.
Johanna von Pezold uses insights from her fieldwork in Mozambique to explore China–Africa relations through the lens of fashion.
Shelley Angelie Saggar reviews an account of the Standing Rock event which makes clear the connection between the voices of ancestral resistance and those of contemporary struggle.
Shelley Angelie Saggar reviews Priyamvada Gopal’s impressive new book on the British Empire.
Carissa Ma reflects on the continuing significance of the seminal text in postcolonial ecocritcism.