Contributors / December 2014 (Issue 26)

Guest Editors and Contest Judge
ImageArthur Leung, Associate Editor of Cha, helped select the poetry in the Seventh Anniversary Issue of the journal. He holds an MFA in creative writing (with distinction) from the University of Hong Kong and his poems have been widely published in print magazines, anthologies and online journals. He is a regular performer of his poetry, having been featured in the Hong Kong Literature Festival, Hong Kong International Literary Festival and invited to give lecture demonstrations in schools. He has also been invited to participate in "Art Talents Pop Up! Poemography Exp." as a contributing poet, and in Hong Kong Baptist University's International Writers Workshop as a local writer. Leung is on the international editorial board of Yuan Yang and he was a winner of the 2008 Edwin Morgan International Poetry Competition. In 2009, he was commended by the Home Affairs Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR government for his outstanding artistic accomplishments. [Cha profile]

ImageRoyston Tester, Associate Editor of Cha, helped select the prose in the Seventh Anniversary Issue of the journal. He is the author of three short fiction collections, You Turn Your Back (2014), Fatty Goes to China (2012), and Summat Else (2004). Two stories, "Seriously" and "Face", were shortlisted for the 2006 CBC Literary Awards. Tester has been jury member for the Commonwealth Fiction Prize, and first reader for the Writers' Union of Canada's Short Prose Competition for Developing Writers. In Canada, he has taught ESL at McMaster University, and fiction-writing at the Humber School for Writers, Toronto. In China, he has been a frequent writer-in-residence at the Red Gate Gallery, Beijing. [Cha profile]

ImageJason Eng Hun Lee, a regular contributor to Cha, was one of the two judges (along with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming) of the "Reconcilliation" Poetry Contest. Lee has been published in a number of journals and he has been a finalist for the University of Hong Kong's Poetry Prize (2010) and the Melita Hume Poetry Prize (2012). He currently teaches literature at Hong Kong Baptist University, focusing on Shakespeare and Yeats. [Cha profile]

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