Umbrella Movement


“Bilingual (Occasional)” by Chris Tse

Bilingual (Occasional) by Chris Tse Re-learning a language with a rock                 in my mouth—the slow back . and forth as I think in different        lives—translation being a taste . of the oldest past, further back than      what the first word can contain . insomuch as any singular, abandoned          definition is a spark thatContinue reading ““Bilingual (Occasional)” by Chris Tse”

“Hong Kong and Myanmar: An Encounter on the Road to Democracy” by Annika Yan

Hong Kong and Myanmar—An Encounter on the Road to Democracyby Annika Yan This piece was first published HERE on Thursday 4 February 2021. Imagine a youngster waking up one day, getting ready for their online university lessons, or their part-time job as a salesperson downtown, only to be told by their mother that all pro-democracyContinue reading ““Hong Kong and Myanmar: An Encounter on the Road to Democracy” by Annika Yan”

“Long Night’s Journey into Day: A Monologue Play” by Jennifer Anne Eagleton

Long Night’s Journey into Day: A Monologue Playby Jennifer Anne Eagleton The play takes place over the course of one night and the next morning, starting from around 7:00 pm on Tuesday 12 November 2019. Hong Kong is in ferment over a proposed extradition law. Despite the turmoil and uncertainty our protagonist decides to goContinue reading ““Long Night’s Journey into Day: A Monologue Play” by Jennifer Anne Eagleton”

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