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1. Ontological Basis
(December 2017/Editorial)
... I have not worked on the journal, written or talked to my co-editor Jeff Zroback or to our reviews editor Eddie Tay about a trivial or important matter for Cha, or worried about the journal&rsquo...

2. Hong Kong Howl
(December 2017/Poetry)
...gies recall Leung Ping Kwan, The terse condemnation through English, Louise Ho, City metaphors for soul Eddie Tay. Even a construction worker Kept his new sneakers on the bar of the table Whi...

3. Sham Shui Po Speaks
(December 2017/Poetry)
by Eddie Tay i. I am propped with characters, a folded newspaper I have yet to learn to read. I walk, and each forehead is a tango of furry anxieties, vegetable hopes, shrink-wrapped video desir

4. Eddie Tay
(December 2017/Contributors)
Eddie Tay 鄭竹文 is a street photographer, a poet and an Associate Professor at the Department of English, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His recent poetry collection, Dreaming Cities (Math

5. Editors
(December 2017/Contributors)
...t and in Hong Kong Baptist University's International Writers Workshop as a local writer. [Cha Profile] Eddie Tay 鄭竹文 is the Reviews Editor of Cha and co-organises the Cha Writing Workshop ...

6. Eddie Tay
(September 2016/Contributors)
Born in Singapore, Eddie Tay is a long time resident of Hong Kong. He is an associate professor at the Department of English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he teaches courses on street

7. Groundwork
(September 2016/Umbrella)
poetry and photography by Eddie Tay there is power in granite not of your choice, earth-deposits of a history of money. so today you are digging out of the pavement a strength you already

...eacher of literature, a mantel which has been taken up by Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Tammy Ho, Timothy Kaiser and Eddie Tay; David McKirdy and Jennifer Wong have both published collections and Sarah Howe...

9. Eddie Tay
(September 2015/Contributors)
Eddie Tay is author of three collections of poetry, Remnants, A Lover's Soliloquy and The Mental Life of Cities (winner of the 2012 Singapore Literature Prize) and an academic book, Colony, Nation

10. The Poetics of the Umbrella Movement
(September 2015/Editorial)
...e are some who say that nothing has changed. There are others who say that everything has changed.   Eddie Tay / Reviews Editor Cha 22 September 2015 Works Cited Academy of Visual Arts...

11. Eddie Tay
(March 2015/Contributors)
Eddie Tay is author of three collections of poetry, Remnants, A Lover's Soliloquy and The Mental Life of Cities (winner of the 2012 Singapore Literature Prize) and an academic book, Colony, Natio

12. Analysis Paralysis
(March 2015/Photography)
by Eddie Tay Street photography can be an obsessive endeavour… One day, I was walking around and I saw this. And I did another take just in case. And I went, oops, oops, there’s

13. Whither Hong Kong?: A Preface
(September 2014/Whither Hong Kong)
... Michael O'Sullivan, Kate Rogers and Michael Tsang   "Lennon Wall Hong Kong", photo by Eddie Tay. See more pictures at Hong Kong Lucida. In early July, we sent out a call for ...

14. Valiant Beauty
(September 2014/Editorial)
...ve told me they're boycotting classes indefinitely. I am proud of them. How can one not be moved? —Eddie Tay I applaud the courage and restraint of the protesters, who are mostly students, ...

... emceed by Akin Jeje on the Wednesday evenings when OutLoud does not meet) and by Kubrick. (Picture by Eddie Tay.) (Picture by Eddie Tay.) For more information on Poetry OutLoud, visit their Fa...

16. Eddie Tay
(March 2014/Contributors)
Eddie Tay is the Reviews Editor of Cha. He teaches courses on creative writing and poetry at the Department of English, Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is the author of three volumes of poetry. H

17. Quiet Rural Hong Kong
(March 2014/Photography)
by Eddie Tay

18. Introduction
(November 2012/Hong Kong Feature)
by Tammy Ho Lai-Ming Nicholas Wong | Kit Fan | Eddie Tay | Arthur Leung | Jason Lee | Belle Ling | Jennifer Wong As part of our fifth anniversary issue, I thought it would only be right to pay trib

19. Hong Kong Feature
(November 2012/Contributors)
                              

20. Eddie Tay
(November 2012/Hong Kong Feature)
BIOGRAPHY Born in Singapore, Eddie Tay teaches courses on creative writing and poetry at the Department of English, Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is the author of three volumes of poetry. His

by Eddie Tay, with photography by the author How, then, to begin? The major everyday experiences of the city in a minor key. It is easy to see how mobility is marked by borders. [Deleuze and G

22. Eddie Tay
(June 2012/Contributors)
Eddie Tay is author of three collections of poetry, Remnants, A Lover's Soliloquy and The Mental Life of Cities and has been invited to various international literary festivals. He is originally f

23. Inside Singapore: Fifty on 50
(February 2011/Reviews)
...apore. You might grow up thinking that the MRT in Singapore is the subway with its "R" misplaced. (Eddie Tay, "Letter to My Baby Daughter Born in Hong Kong") The speaker's ho...

24. The Mortuary and the App
(September 2010/Editorial)
...e of Cha, we have a special section of essays devoted to picture book authors, curated by our Reviews Editor Eddie Tay. In one of these pieces, "Portrait of a Children's Book Author as a Youn...

25. From 'The Mental Life of Cities'
(September 2010/Poetry)
by Eddie Tay Night Thoughts What is the car demanding from me in the middle of the night? Look outside the window down the parking lot – what is the car demanding of trees by the road? Diff

26. Eddie Tay
(September 2010/Contributors)
Born in Singapore, Eddie Tay is a long time resident of Hong Kong. He is an assistant professor at the Department of English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he teaches courses on creativ

27. Some Other Life
(August 2009/Editorial)
... it so often does. Home. All ours to write about…and certainly not a catch. Jeff Zroback, Tammy Ho, Eddie Tay and Royston Tester / Editors and Guest Editor Cha 18 August, 2009 ...

28. Eddie Tay
(May 2009/Contributors)
Eddie Tay is author of two collections of poetry, Remnants and A Lover's Soliloquy, and has been invited to various international festivals. He is from Singapore and is currently teaching poetry a

by Eddie Tay Louise Ho, Incense Tree: Collected Poems of Louise Ho, Hong Kong University Press, 2009. 174 pgs.  Launched recently at the Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2009, Loui

30. Confucius and Hair
(February 2009/Creative non-fiction)
...e Women in Publishing Society of Hong Kong) Editors' Note: A review of Xu Xi's Evanescent Isles by Eddie Tay is available in this issue (issue#6) of Cha. ...

by Eddie Tay   Xu Xi, Evanescent Isles: from my City-Village, Hong Kong University Press, 2008. 115 pgs. Evanescent Isles is a work of creative non-fiction. It is a memoir as well as a book abou

32. Eddie Tay
(February 2009/Contributors)
Eddie Tay is author of two collections of poetry, Remnants and A Lover's Soliloquy, and has been invited to various international festivals. He is from Singapore and is currently teaching poetry a

33. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2008/Front page)
...Levesque, Vikas Malhotra, Aya Padron, Yves Rubin, Steven Schroeder, Daren Shiau, Gillian Sze, Tai Dong Huai, Eddie Tay, Royston Tester, Toh Hsien Min, Sean Wiebe, Alison Wong, Bo Wong and Jennifer Won...

34. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(Front Page/Welcome)
... reading the submissions with us and helping us put together ​the new edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for the great selection of reviews. The editorial, "Ontological Basis,&quot...

35. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(February 2009/Front page)
...u, Shara K. Johnson, Jee Leong Koh, Franky Lau, Jason Lee, Yew Leong Lee, Joey Li, Blair Reeve, Gillian Sze, Eddie Tay, Phoebe Tsang, Brian Urtz, Nicole Wong, Bryan Thao Worra, Xu Xi and Yuan Qiongqio...

36. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(May 2009/Front page)
...y, Amy Uyematsu and Steve Wing. The new issue also includes three book reviews edited by our Reviews Editor, Eddie Tay. Our eighth issue is due out in August 2009. Writer Royston Tester will lend us ...

37. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2010/Front page)
...o the guest editor post and reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank our Reviews Editor, Eddie Tay, for curating the special section of essays by children's book writers about ...

38. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(February 2011/Front page)
...e post of guest editors and reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank our Reviews Editor, Eddie Tay, for curating an expanded section of reviews. The issue also features a new edito...

39. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2011/Front page)
...) and Royston Tester (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Reviews Editor Eddie Tay for a fine selection of book reviews and curating the "Supplement," whi...

40. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2012/Front page)
...nkur Agarwal (poetry) and Mag Tan (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews. Thanks also go to Reid Mitchell who o...

41. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2012/Front page)
...a Rajan (poetry) and Bob Bradshaw (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews.    The following writers/ar...

42. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2012/Front page)
...z (poetry) and Berit Ellingsen (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews and Marc Vincenz for reading the conte...

43. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2012/Front page)
...r Leung (poetry) and Royston Tester (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews and Reid Mitchell for reading the &quo...

44. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2013/Front page)
...ncenz (poetry) and Kaitlin Solimine (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews and Andrew Barker for reading the &quo...

45. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2013/Front page)
... Hun Lee (poetry) and Reid Mitchell (prose) for reading the submissions with us. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews. The issue includes editorials by Reid...

46. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2013/Front page)
...reading the submissions with us and helping us put together a wonderful edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay, our Reviews Editor, for his help with the Articles section. The issue includes ...

47. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2014/Front page)
...for reading the submissions with us and helping us put together a great edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews and Daryl Yam for reading the contes...

48. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2014/Front page)
...e) for reading the submissions with us and helping us put together this edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for a fine selection of book reviews. The issue includes an editorial by Tammy H...

49. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2014/Front page)
...e) for reading the submissions with us and helping us put together this edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for a fine selection of book reviews. A special section "Whither Hong Kong?...

50. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2014/Front page)
...eading the submissions with us and helping us put together the new edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews and Jason Hun Eng Lee for reading...

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