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by Michael Tsang Wesley Leon Aroozoo (author), Miki Hawkinson (translator), I Want to Go Home, Math Paper Press, 2017. 222 pgs. A sincerely written, beautifully produced book, I Want to Go

2. Michael Tsang
(April 2018/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literat

by Michael Tsang   Antony Dapiran, City of Protest: A Recent History of Dissent in Hong Kong, Penguin, 134 pgs. 2017. Antony Dapiran's book, City of Protest: A Recent History of Dissent

4. Michael Tsang
(December 2017/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literatur

5. Candid Hong Kong: PEN Hong Kong's Anthology
(December 2017/Book reviews)
by Michael Tsang   PEN Hong Kong, Hong Kong 20/20: Reflections on a borrowed place, Blacksmith Books, 2017. 400 pgs. Disclosure: Co-editor of Cha Tammy Ho Lai-Ming is an edit

6. A City of Poets
(October 2017/Reviews)
by Michael Tsang   Paul Hetherington and Shane Strange (editors), Cities: Ten Poets, Ten Cities, Recent Work Press, 2017. 160 pgs.   Cities: Ten Cities, Ten Poets is an interesting proj

by Michael Tsang   Philip Holden, Heaven Has Eyes, Epigram Books, 2016. 272 pgs.   The meaning of the Chinese saying "heaven has eyes" is that people doing bad deeds will get

8. Michael Tsang
(October 2017/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literatur

by Michael Tsang   Kyoko Yoshida, Disorientalism, Vagabond Press, 2014. 192 pgs.   The stories in Japanese author Kyoko Yoshida's debut collection, Disorientalism, were first publis

10. Michael Tsang
(June 2017/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literat

by Michael Tsang Hideo Furukawa (author), Doug Slaymaker and Akiko Takenaka (translators), Horses, Horses, in the End the Light Remains Pure: A Tale that Begins with Fukushima, Columbia University P

by Michael Tsang   Rebekah Chan, Gregg Schroeder, Jenn Chan Lyman, Quenntis Ashby, Amanda Webster (editors), Afterness: Literature from the New Transnational Asia, After-Party Press, 2016. 351 p

13. Michael Tsang
(March 2017/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literatur

by Michael Tsang Two years ago, four of us at Cha co-edited "Whither Hong Kong" for the September 2014 issue. In the original call for submissions for that special section of poetry, we ask

15. Michael Tsang
(September 2016/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literatur

16. Michael Tsang
(June 2016/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world liter

by Michael Tsang   Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Do You Live In?, Ethos Boos, 2015. 105 pgs. Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Ars Poetica for the Day, Ethos Books, 2015. 105 pgs.   The titles of Shirle

by Michael Tsang   David McKirdy and Peter Gordon (editors), Eight Hong Kong Poets, Chameleon Press, 2015. 136 pgs.   In 1993, the now defunct Big Weather Press published a pioneering p

19. Michael Tsang
(March 2016/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literat

by Michael Tsang   Michelle Tudor, Miyoko & Other Stories, Platypus Press, 2015. 72 pgs.   Michelle Tudor's Miyoko & Other Stories is a highly accomplished collection of fou

by Michael Tsang   Nigel Collett, Firelight of a Different Colour: The Life and Times of Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing, Signal 8 Press, 2014. 463pgs.   I still remember how my parents' co

22. Michael Tsang
(December 2015/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literatur

23. Epicentre
(December 2015/Poetry)
by Michael Tsang after the Tianjin explosions                            

24. Michael O'Sullivan
(September 2015/Contributors)
...ost recent book is Weakness: A Literary and Philosophical History. Along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming, Kate Rogers and Michael Tsang, he co-edited the "Whither Hong Kong?" section in the Septembe...

by Michael Tsang   Tomoko Mitani (Author), Yukari F. Meldrum (Translator), Will Not Forget Both Laughter and Tears, University of Alberta Press, 2013. 205 pgs.   Consisting of 22 short

26. Michael O'Sullivan
(June 2015/Contributors)
...ost recent book is Weakness: A Literary and Philosophical History. Along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming, Kate Rogers and Michael Tsang, he co-edited the "Whither Hong Kong?" section in the Septembe...

by Michael Tsang   Nicholas Wong, Crevasse, Kaya Press, 2015. 80 pgs.   Nicholas Wong's sophmore poetry collection, Crevasse, is the second poetry collection published by a young me

by Michael Tsang   Tammy Ho Lai-ming, Hula Hooping, Chameleon Press, 2015. 108 pgs.   The first half of 2015 has been an exciting time for the English literary scene in Hong Kong, as it

29. Michael Tsang
(June 2015/Contributors)
Michael Tsang is a native of Hong Kong, and holds a PhD from the University of Warwick, researching on Hong Kong English writing. His broader research interests are on postcolonial and world literatur

by Michael Tsang   Amanda Lee Koe, Ministry of Moral Panic, Epigram Books, 2013. 208 pgs   In an essay titled "The Flash of the Fireflies," the South African Nobel laureate Na

31. Michael Tsang
(December 2014/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specialising in postco

32. Whither Hong Kong?: A Preface
(September 2014/Whither Hong Kong)
by Tammy Ho Lai-Ming, 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

33. Guest Editors
(September 2014/Contributors)
... co-edited the "Whither Hong Kong?" section, along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming, Michael O'Sullivan and Michael Tsang. [Whither Hong Kong?] [Cha profile] Michael O’Sullivan is from Ir...

by Michael Tsang   Tsering Woeser and Wang Lixiong (authors), Violet S. Law (editor and translator), Voices from Tibet: Selected Essays and Reportage, Hong Kong University Press and University o

35. Loud and Encore: OutLoud Too
(September 2014/Reviews)
by Michael Tsang   Vaughan Rapatahana, Kate Rogers, Madeleine Slavick (editors), OutLoud Too, MCCM Creations, 2014. 148 pgs.   OutLoud Too is probably the best showcase of English poetic ta

36. Michael Tsang
(September 2014/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specializing in postcolo

by Michael Tsang   Reihana Robinson, Auē Rona, Steele Roberts Publishers, 2012. 68 pgs. Vaughan Rapatahana, Schisms, Lazarus Media, 2013. 113 pgs. In this review, I will look at two poetry

38. Michael Tsang
(June 2014/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specializing in postcolo

by Michael Tsang   Leung Ping-kwan, Fly Heads and Bird Claws, MCCM Creations, 2012. 200 pgs. Agnes Lam, A Pond in the Sky: Selected and New Poems, ASM Poetry, 2013. 195 pgs. Jennifer Wong, Gold

40. Michael Tsang
(December 2013/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specializing in postcolo

41. Let the Voices Speak
(December 2013/Articles)
by Michael Tsang Miller, Stephen D. (Author and Translator) and Patrick Donnelly (Translator), The Wind from Vulture Peak: The Buddhification of Japanese Waka in the Heian Period, Cornell University

42. Michael Tsang
(June 2013/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specializing in post

by Michael Tsang   Charlie Canning, The 89TH Temple, Outskirts Press, 2012. 212 pgs. My first cultural shock in Japan was seeing an entire shelf in a Tokyo bookstore filled with books about the

44. Michael Tsang
(March 2013/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specializing in postco

by Michael Tsang   Wong Yoon Wah, (trans. Ho Lian Geok and Ng Yi-Sheng), The New Village, Ethos Books, 2012. 155 pgs. Frank Stewart and Fiona Sze-Lorrain (eds.), Sky Lanterns: New Poetry fro

by Michael Tsang   Shin Kyung-sook, Please Look After Mother, Vintage Books, 2012. 274 pgs. Earlier this year, Please Look After Mother became the first South Korean book to win the Man Asian

by Michael Tsang   Zhang Yueran, (trans. Jeremy Tiang), The Promise Bird, Math Paper Press, 2012. 323 pgs. In 2010, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei presented an art installation, Sunflower Seeds, at

48. Michael Tsang
(November 2012/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specializing in postco

49. Michael Tsang
(September 2012/Contributors)
Michael Tsang received his BA in English and MPhil in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now reading for a PhD degree at the University of Warwick, specializing in postcolo

by Michael Tsang Gillian Bickley, Perceptions, Proverse, 2012. 78 pgs. Vaughan Rapatahana, china as kafka, Kilmog Press, 2011. 51 pgs. Kate Rogers, City of Stairs, Haven Books, 2012. 108 pgs. The

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