“Fiction, Films, and the Hong Kong Protests of 2014-2019: Three Vignettes” by Jeffrey Wasserstrom

Fiction, Films, and the Hong Kong Protests of 2014-2019: Three Vignettesby Jeffrey Wasserstrom I would like to use the opportunity of contributing to this site to introduce my latest book, Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brink, in an unusual way—by offering up a trio of vignettes. My academic training was in archive-based historical work, but theseContinue reading ““Fiction, Films, and the Hong Kong Protests of 2014-2019: Three Vignettes” by Jeffrey Wasserstrom”

“We Can Be Hopeful: A Review of Jeffrey Wasserstrom’s Vigil” by Terrie Ng

We Can Be Hopeful: A Review of Jeffrey Wasserstrom’s Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brinkby Terrie Ng Jeffrey Wasserstrom, professor of history of modern China at University of California, Irvine, tackles the current situation of Hong Kong in his latest book, Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brink, published earlier this year. Though a short volume,Continue reading ““We Can Be Hopeful: A Review of Jeffrey Wasserstrom’s Vigil” by Terrie Ng”