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1. Two Poems
(December 2017/Poetry)
by Louise Ho ROBOTANY for Beth, Charlie and David The banana is a berry The strawberry none When ontology regulates by a word Language becomes function Of all that is or isn't Thus within the pa

2. Louise Ho
(December 2017/Contributors)
Louise Ho is one of Hong Kong's most recognised contemporary poets writing in English. Born and brought up mostly in Hong Kong, she has lived in Mauritius, England, America and Australia. She was

3. Hong Kong Howl
(December 2017/Poetry)
...o household was safe. The food analogies recall Leung Ping Kwan, The terse condemnation through English, Louise Ho, City metaphors for soul Eddie Tay. Even a construction worker Kept his new ...

4. Hong Kong Has A Poetic Future
(December 2017/Essays)
...pital—becomes a shibboleth, a rope for escape, a queer tryst. Elsewhere, poets like Mary Jean Chan and Louise Ho have interpolated Chinese characters and Cantonese into formal forms to destabil...

5. Silence Like a Cancer Grows
(October 2017/Editorial) academics and writers in Hong Kong—those who can take up the pen instead of sword, to use the poet Louise Ho’s expression—are vocal enough about what is going on in the city, alt... and financial centre, I can't help but recall the line "something beautiful was born" from Louise Ho's poem "Remembering 4th June, 1989," an echo of Yeats's "E...

...ather Press published a pioneering poetry collection called VS.: 12 Hong Kong Poets. The collection features Louise Ho, the grande dame of Hong Kong poetry; Gordon T. Osing, a translator of the late L...

...ll contain a tightly packed image (here one feels the influence of Hong Kong's unnoffical poet laureate, Louise Ho). Only a handful of Tammy Ho's poems consist of a single stanza; most have se...

9. Louise Ho
(March 2015/Contributors)
Louise Ho was born and bred in Hong Kong. She was an Associate Professor of English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong where she lectured on creative writing, Shakespeare and English Poetry from t

10. Three Poems
(March 2015/Poetry)
by Louise Ho INCIDENT (April 2009) I watched it on T.V. news bulletin In the MTR carriage One early Saturday morning A young man Strode up To the young woman driver And threw fast punches

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

...s as well as the anxieties of those who chose to obey their artistic and literary callings in Hong Kong. As Louise Ho puts it in her poem — "Island", Hong Kong is "A city with a ...

13. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2015/Front page)
...ists have generously allowed us to showcase their work: Poetry: Xi Xi, Jennifer Feeley, Lian-Hee Wee, Louise Ho, Ting Wei Tai, Stephen Cloud, Joshua Burns, Michael Gray, Deborah Guzzi, Martin K...

14. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2017/Front page)
...e generously allowed us to showcase their work: POETRY: Henry Wei Leung​, Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Kit Fan, Louise Ho​, Simon Patton​, Nicholas Wong, Susan Lavender, Eddie Tay​, Dorothy Chan​...

15. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(August 2008/Front page)
...Isabela Banzon, David Braden, Winnie Chau, Grace V. S. Chin, SuzAnne C. Cole, Rocco De Giacomo, Lee Herrick, Louise Ho, Philip Holden, Kristy Joe, Ken Kamoche, William Kimzey, Gilbert Koh, Franky Lau,...

16. Louise Ho
(August 2008/Contributors)
Louise Ho was born and bred in Hong Kong. She was an associate professor of English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong where she lectured on creative writing, Shakespeare and English Poetry from t

17. Three Poems
(August 2008/Poetry)
by Louise Ho A Veteran Talking We tossed them high into the air And caught them coming down, Sliding straight through The tips of our bayonets. Babies cry in any case, But the women, oh, the women,

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