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1. Two Poems
(December 2017/Poetry)
by Nicholas Wong INTERGENERATIONAL If, like the saying goes, it's that we're lovers in the previous life that makes us father and son in this one, perhaps I didn't love you enough

2. Nicholas Wong
(December 2017/Contributors)
Nicholas Wong 黃裕邦 is the author of Crevasse (Kaya Press, 2015), the winner of Lambda Literary Award in Gay Poetry. He is also the recipient of the 2016 Hong Kong Young Artist Award in Literary

3. Hong Kong Has A Poetic Future
(December 2017/Essays)
by Brian Ng Nicholas Wong, one of the best Hong Kong English-language poets working, is starting to suspect that "poetry is not Hong Kong's genre after all." "I believe that this m

...engaged works, it also helped English writing gain visibility in mainstream Hong Kong society. For example, poet Nicholas Wong and others participated in readings in Admiralty, and Wong's winning ...

...ent eight of the best Hong Kong poets, and there are many others who would have been worthy of inclusion such as Nicholas Wong, Kit Fan, Agnes Lam and Arthur Leung. Unlike VS., Eight Hong Kong Poets...

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

...tion of two poetry collections by key members of the writing community: Tammy Ho Lai-Ming's Hula Hooping and Nicholas Wong's Crevasse (also reviewed in this issue of Cha). Hula Hooping, which ...

8. Guest Editors
(September 2014/Contributors)
... O'Sullivan. Visit his Warwick profile for more. [Review 1 | Review 2 | Whither Hong Kong?] [Cha profile] Nicholas Wong helped select the poetry in Issue 25 of Cha. His second poetry collection...

9. 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

10. Nicholas Wong
(November 2012/Hong Kong Feature)
BIOGRAPHY Nicholas Wong received his MFA at the City University of Hong Kong and is the author of Cities of Sameness. He is a finalist of New Letters Poetry Award and a semi-finalist of the Saturnal

11. Panda, Macao, Gondolas
(November 2011/Poetry)
by Nicholas Wong "No one will believe this story I am telling, so it must be true."                      &nb

12. Nicholas Wong
(November 2011/Contributors)
Nicholas Wong is the author of Cities of Sameness (Desperanto, 2012). Recent poems can be found in Drunken Boat, J Journal: New Writing on Justice, Nano Fiction, Platte Valley Review, The Portland Rev

13. Appetites
(February 2011/Poetry)
by Nicholas Wong 1. Scientists say one’s want reflects one’s lack. Let’s say in the street, you see the smooth thighs of women. Then, an urge from the parietal lobe in your watery c

14. Nicholas Wong
(February 2011/Contributors)
Nicholas Wong is the winner of Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition and a nominee for Best of the Net (2010) and Best of Web (2011) anthologies. His poetry is forthcoming in Assaracus: Journ

15. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2017/Front page)
...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​, Michael O'Sullivan​...

16. Hot Cha
(November 2007/Poetry)
text by Nicholas Wong, photo by Leon Lai

17. Nicholas Wong
(November 2007/Contributors)
Nicholas Wong is a Teaching Fellow at the Department of English of the Hong Kong Institute of Education. He has just completed his MPhil thesis on the relationship between body parts, desire and fetis

18. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(November 2007/Front page)
... Russell C. Leong, Arthur Leung, Leung Ping-kwan, Reid Mitchell, Mani Rao, J. A. Tyler, Cyril Wong, Daphne Wong, Nicholas Wong, Nicole Wong, Bryan Thao Worra and Marco Yan. The second issue of Cha is ...

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