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...nbsp;Red Dust (2001) and Stick Out Your Tongue (the Chinese version appeared in 1987), or Xu Xing’s Shengxia Dou Shuyu Ni (What Remains Is for You, 2004) or the exploita...

2. Xu Xi
(December 2017/Contributors)
Xu Xi 許素細 is author of twelve books, most recently a memoir Dear Hong Kong: An Elegy For A City (Penguin, 2017), the novel That Man In Our Lives (C&R Press, 2016) and Interruptions (Hong K

3. The Transubstantiation of the Ants
(December 2017/Fiction)
by Xu Xi   A lone photographer captured the funnel of winged beauties. Thousands of nymphalids, a colour tornado, ascending up and out to sea, away from Hong Kong towards Bermuda. He, the phot

4. Xu Xi's Dear Hong Kong: Saying Goodbye
(December 2017/Book reviews)
by Mike Ingham Xu Xi, Dear Hong Kong: An Elegy For A City, Penguin, 2017. 156 pgs.   Let me be upfront about this: I have long been an admirer of Xu Xi and of her important, but somewhat

5. Candid Hong Kong: PEN Hong Kong's Anthology
(December 2017/Book reviews)
...gress. Reading through the contributions by famous figures, such as Lau Chun To, Chip Tsao, Tang Siu Wa, Xu Xi and student leader Joshua Wong, one feels a strong sense that post-Umbrella Movement Hong...

...felt, as its graduates had long writing careers ahead of them. My doubts were immediately dispelled by Xu Xi's foreword, which chimed positively with my own thoughts that the programme wouldn...

...s doing an event yesterday co-sponsored by the British Council and the Asia Society, in the audience was Xu Xi, whom I’d never met before. So it was a great honour to meet her and really lovely ...

by Arielle Stambler   Marshall Moore and Xu Xi (editors), The Queen of Statue Square: New Short Fiction from Hong Kong, Critical, Cultural and Communications Press, 2014. 159 pgs.   In

by Michael Tsang Xu Xi, ACCESS Thirteen Tales, Signal 8 Press, 2011. 214 pgs. Xu Xi is undoubtedly one of Hong Kong's foremost English language writers, and ACCESS: Thirteen Tales is the lates

...of the bookstores here in the city, the usual response was no response at all. We're even publishing Xu Xi's next book, which local readers are quite likely to be interested in. (As they shoul...

11. Viona Au Yeung
(November 2011/Contributors)
...V (2005) and her short story "Mirror" was published in Fifty-Fifty: New Hong Kong Writing (Ed. Xu Xi, Haven Books, 2009). She is currently working on a doctoral project on British Romantic p...

by Michael Tsang Xu Xi, Habit of a Foreign Sky, Haven Books, 2010. 283 pgs. In romance novels there exists a "career girl formula," in which the heroine chooses career over romance, but

13. Steven Hirst
(May 2010/Contributors)
...and classic work. He has studied creative writing at Hong Kong University with Shirley Lim, Gish Jen and Xu Xi. More recently, he has been private language tutor to several internationally renowned Ch...

14. Confucius and Hair
(February 2009/Creative non-fiction)
by Xu Xi The Master said, At fifteen I set my heart on learning; at thirty I took my stand; at forty I came to be free of doubts. --From Book 2 Confucius: The Analects (translated by D.C. Lau) At fo

by Eddie Tay   Xu Xi, Evanescent Isles: from my City-Village, Hong Kong University Press, 2008. 115 pgs. Evanescent Isles is a work of creative non-fiction. It is a memoir as well as a book abou

16. Xu Xi
(February 2009/Contributors)
Xu Xi is the author of seven books of fiction & essays, and editor of three anthologies of Hong Kong literature in English. A Chinese-Indonesian native of Hong Kong, the city was home until her mi

17. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(February 2009/Front page)
..., Joey Li, Blair Reeve, Gillian Sze, Eddie Tay, Phoebe Tsang, Brian Urtz, Nicole Wong, Bryan Thao Worra, Xu Xi and Yuan Qiongqiong. Our seventh issue is due out in May 2009. Poet Bob Bradshaw will le...

18. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(December 2017/Front page)
... PEEL STREET POETRY: Peel Street Poets FICTION: Hon Lai Chu (translator: Andrea Lingenfelter)​,​ Xu Xi, Abel Song Han​, Christophe Tong Yui (translator: Chris Song)​, Lawrence Pun (transla...

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