Articles tagged Hong Kong
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Interview After the End of the World

By Lily Zhou | April 8, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

I could become / a better citizen, but then who would be left to / speak for me?

I Just Want to Write: An Interview with Wawa

By Tammy Lai-Ming Ho | April 10, 2018 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

The Hong Kong poet talks the Umbrella movement, being an outsider and an insider in Hong Kong, and how she translates the world.

Hybrid Cookbook: Two Poems

By The Transpacific Literary Project | October 17, 2017 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Funny how it ends up that you’re the leftovers.

Capital Flows Between the Living and Dead

By Yuling Zhong | September 27, 2017 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

One person’s ancestor is another person’s ghost—it’s all a matter of perspective.

How to Become Invisible: An Interview with Stephanie Han

By Gail Vida Hamburg | April 26, 2017 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

The award-winning writer talks about her new acclaimed short story collection, the anxiety of exile, and figuring out which narrative you belong to.

Hong Kong vs. Goliath

By Elaine Yu and Jeffrey Wasserstrom | July 2, 2016 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

With Canto-pop star Denise Ho and bookseller-turned-whistleblower Lam Wing-Kee, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement is putting the old tactic of boycotts to new use

The PEN Ten with Dorothy Tse

By Ken Chen | March 31, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

“Every word becomes dangerous when words fall into a wave of social movements.”

Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement: Four Poems

By Chung Kwok Keung, Tang Siu Wa, Dorothy Tse, and Liu Waitong | November 21, 2014 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

“In the smoke, they forget their bare feet / as they see their faces more clearly than ever… No trial can strike down / their small and fragile umbrellas.”

Ashok and Mary Talk Chapstick, Hipster Racism, and Korean Names

By Ashok Kondabolu | June 20, 2014 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

An interview with writer and former editor-in-chief of Missbehave magazine Mary H.K. Choi

Nonsense Made Sense: The Downside Up World of Stephen Chow

By La Frances Hui | August 16, 2012 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

The veteran comedian, actor and director was the epitome of Hong Kong’s ’90s-era mo lei tau subculture.

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