Emma H. Zhang reviews Stephen Vines’s uncompromising critique of Hong Kong’s new political terrain.
Yvonne Wong reads a collection of essays that continues to have something important to say about the liminal spaces of Hong Kong.
Darren Huang reviews Chinese historian Cho-yun Hsu’s multifaceted critique of inequality and fragmentation in American society.
Wayne Kwong considers the relationship between local Hong Kong food and Western culture.
Walter Chan reviews a new work comparing the central museums of Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore.
Grant Hamilton reviews Mũkoma wa Ngũgĩ’s captivating new novel.
Susanna Kleeman has something very particular in mind as she tries to account for the “death” of literary fiction.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a powerful collection of poetry that rests on the implied, the suggested, and the unspoken.