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1. Peel Street Poetry
(December 2017/Peel Street Poetry)
...r, lost in some strange, perfect union. Like magnets, like magnets, I find myself turning into you.   Jason Eng Hun Lee is a poet of mixed British and Chinese ancestry. He has been publ...

2. On the "Hong Kong" Poetry Contest Winners
(December 2015/Hong Kong Contest)
by Jason Eng Hun Lee Before diving into my comments on the finalists’ poems, I want to make a few observations on the submissions we received from the entrants as a whole. As the theme was tie

3. Guest Editors and Contest Judges
(December 2015/Contributors)
...ers, Toronto. In China, he has been a frequent writer-in-residence at the Red Gate Gallery, Beijing. [Cha profile] Jason Eng Hun Lee, a regular contributor to Cha, was one of the two judges (along w...

4. Hong Kong
(December 2015/Hong Kong Contest)
... two sides to it—but also that both these landscapes may be seen, heard, smelled and experienced as one. [Read Jason Eng Hun Lee's commentary on "Hong Kong"] [Back to "Hong Ko...

5. Sunset, Kowloon
(December 2015/Hong Kong Contest)
... into death. The poem hints that humankind's existence on Earth is precarious and cannot continue forever. [Read Jason Eng Hun Lee's commentary on "Sunset, Kowloon"] [Back to "H...

6. Close Quarters, 1962
(December 2015/Hong Kong Contest)
... just finds one person's blood sweeter than another—leaves one person unscathed and another scarred. [Read Jason Eng Hun Lee's commentary on "Close Quarters, 1962"] [Back to &q...

7. Advice
(December 2015/Hong Kong Contest)
...andarin, then confidently in English: 'Excuse me, you did not flush properly.’ That sealed the deal. [Read Jason Eng Hun Lee's commentary on "Advice"] [Back to "Hong Kong ...

8. Forgotten Gold
(December 2015/Hong Kong Contest)
... My poem is decidedly honest and ironic, tinged with my own cowardice for the whole city to see, or to forget. [Read Jason Eng Hun Lee's commentary on "Forgotten Gold"] [Back to "Ho...

9. Guest Editors and Contest Judge
(December 2014/Contributors)
...ers, Toronto. In China, he has been a frequent writer-in-residence at the Red Gate Gallery, Beijing. [Cha profile] Jason Eng Hun Lee, a regular contributor to Cha, was one of the two judges (along w...

10. On The "Reconciliation" Poetry Contest Winners
(December 2014/Contest winners)
by Jason Eng Hun Lee First Prize: Blackout This one had me from the very beginning due to the deliberate pacing of the lines and the way it progresses superbly from a s

...rd, which resonates deeply with the poem’s intimations of motherhood. Peeling, but also pealing. Consider also Jason Eng Hun Lee’s poem which replants Paz’sárbol adentro in a ...

12. Jason Eng Hun Lee
(September 2014/Contributors)
Jason Eng Hun Lee has been published in a number of journals and he has been a finalist for numerous international prizes, including the Melita Hume Poetry Prize (2012) and the Hong Kong University

by Jason Eng Hun Lee   Yeng Pway Ngon (author), Jeremy Tiang (translator), Unrest, Math Paper Press, 2012. 321 pgs.   Winner of the 2012 Singapore Literature Prize for Chinese Books, Yeng

14. The Birth of a Poem
(June 2013/Editorial)
by Jason Eng Hun Lee With yours truly expecting a new addition to the family, I have been wracking my brains for a way to write of this momentous occasion. Each day, I have been delving deeper into my

15. Hong Kong Feature
(November 2012/Contributors)
                              

16. Jason Eng Hun Lee
(November 2012/Hong Kong Feature)
BIOGRAPHY Jason Eng Hun Lee was born in the UK in 1984. He is a co-ordinator of the OutLoud and Joyce is Not Here poetry groups in Hong Kong and has featured regularly in the Man Hong Kong Internati

17. Jason Eng Hun Lee
(July 2011/Contributors)
Jason Eng Hun Lee is a co-ordinator and member of the OutLoud and Joyce is not Here poetry groups in Hong Kong and has featured regularly in the Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival. He has b

18. Language Games
(July 2011/Reviews)
by Jason Eng Hun Lee Ouyang Yu, The English Class, Transit Lounge, 2010. 400 pgs. Alistair Noon, Some Questions on the Cultural Revolution, Gratton Street Irregulars, 2010. 32 pgs. As far as post-

by Jason Eng Hun Lee   Sherry Quan Lee, Chinese Blackbird, Modern History Press, 2008. 81 pgs. Melody S. Gee, Each Crumbling House, Perugia Press, 2010. 75 pgs. I. A series of identity cri

20. Jason Eng Hun Lee
(February 2011/Contributors)
Jason Eng Hun Lee is a co-ordinator and member of the OutLoud and Joyce is not Here poetry groups in Hong Kong and has featured regularly in the Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival. He has b

21. Dragons Rising
(February 2011/Poetry)
by Jason Eng Hun Lee They come flying across azure skies, straddling great earthenware hills, paddling out of sunken depths and rousing eyelids from stumps of trees. Like great rivers, their torsos

22. Jason Eng Hun Lee
(February 2009/Contributors)
Jason Lee was born in the United Kingdom and spent his childhood in Malaysia, before returning to Britain at the age of nine to continue his studies. Despite his mixed parentage, he retains a strong B

23. 45 Belgrave Square
(February 2009/Poetry)
by Jason Eng Hun Lee We waited under the buzz of a rotating fan, sheets neatly printed against palms, waiting for my annual summons to citizenship. Dad led the way, preceding me by thirty year's

24. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(February 2011/Front page)
...n, Vineet Kaul, David Sutherland, Graeme Brasher, Randy Gonzales, Mary-Jane Newton, Divya Rajan, Nicholas Y.B. Wong, Jason Eng Hun Lee, Shelton Pinheiro, Jeffrey Thomas Leong, Changming Yuan (Poetry i...

25. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(July 2011/Front page)
... Reviews: Katherine Foster, Glen Jennings, Joel Heng Hartse, Alice Tsay, William (Billy) Noseworthy, Ruth Y.Y. Hung, Jason Eng Hun Lee, Maura Elizabeth Cunningham, Emily Walz Interview: Karen Ma We ...

26. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(June 2013/Front page)
...quot; Poetry Contest - Winners Announced  The June 2013 issue of Cha is here. We want to thank guest editors Jason Eng Hun Lee (poetry) and Reid Mitchell (prose) for reading the submissions wi...

27. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2014/Front page)
...& art: Tom Carter (cover artist), David William Hill, Christopher (Kit) Kelen, Hong Mei Reviews: Andrew Barker, Jason Eng Hun Lee, Michael Tsang, Collier Nogues, Lu Jin, Mags Webster, Michael O&#...

28. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2015/Front page)
...ther anniversary edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for the fine selection of book reviews and Jason Eng Hun Lee for co-judging (with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming) Cha's "Hong Kon...

...e] #30, December 2015 - Eighth Anniversary Issue Arthur Leung (poetry) [profile]; Royston Tester (prose) [profile]; Jason Eng Hun Lee (contest) [profile] #29, September 2015 Marc Vincenz (poetry) [p...

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