Edited by Nicolette Wong
HK$138 / US$18
Amidst the reshaping of Hong Kong’s social, cultural, political and ideological landscape, how do we reenvisage a city that exists in our memories? For those who have left their hometown—or the place they once called home—the question, “What does it mean to be a Hongkonger?” marks a constant shift between conflicting realities, identities and perceptions. Beyond the act of remembering, how do we reimagine our relationship with Hong Kong in the present and the future?
In this collection of prose, poetry and photography by eighteen writers and artists, we see a gathering of reflections on the profound changes and subtle transitions that have transpired in Hong Kong, both in recent times and over the past decades.
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Nicolette Wong is a writer from Hong Kong and the author of Stone Bride Madrigals published by corrupt press (Luxemburg). She is the editor in chief of A-minor Magazine, and the founder of A-minor Press. A recipient of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council Project Grant (Literary Arts), she has been a featured author at the Hong Kong Book Fair and Hong Kong International Literary Festival. She is currently the Writer in Residence at the Research Centre for Human Values, Department of English, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.