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.
Jeff Clapp thinks on beauty and revulsion in the sharing economy.
Sasha Dovzhyk on the haunting banality of Europe’s biggest nuclear catastrophe.
Theophilus Kwek reviews two new collections of poetry.
As the Bharatiya Janata Party looks set to take a general election majority in an India increasingly hostile to minorities, Ragini Mohite reviews Githa Hariharan’s important novel on caste inequality and Dalit experience
Pinky Lui discusses the consolation of stillness in Modernist art.
James Pate reviews a collection of poetry that dwells in the destabilizing aspects of the mythic.
Ophelia Tung discusses the necessity of loss and vulnerability to the resistance of patriarchy.