Contributors / December 2017 (Issue 38: Writing Hong Kong)

Karen Fang
ImageKaren Fang is the author of Arresting Cinema: Surveillance in Hong Kong Film (Stanford University Press 2017), which shows how Hong Kong cinema's unique plots and images regarding surveillance and social control provide valuable insights into the world today. She is a literature and film scholar based in the US, and earlier this year also contributed to Cha an essay about Hong Kong works such as the film, Ten Years and Chan Koonchung's novel The Fat Years, as well as a piece in the Hong Kong Free Press about the professional consequences to the Ten Years filmmakers. [Film Review]

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