Art Making Myths: An Interview with Charlotte Mui “Mythology is a veil I use to cloud my modes of expression in.” Read more Poetry Two Poems by Tse Hao Guang when I grow up I will be God / of Cooking, grow / up will be Saint of Gambling / be Tricks Expert, tough Read more Translations Bopomofo Practice: Two Translations By Lin Yi / Translation by May Huang ㄅ is but, ㄅ falls lightly / you say but no, but you can’t read / but ㄅㄆ is bravely practicing / bravely practicing words that look like snakes Read more Nonfiction Hong Kong Science By Elizabeth Hay Science gives some of us clear and logical explanations for phenomena that superficially appear to be chaotic. We calmly list the molecules and products, and balance equations; “energy” is not scary if we can predict and measure it. Read more Poetry Apologia of the Besieged City By Nicholas Wong Some people love like they believe the romantic / folklore about the moon, but they love too literally / from inside a spacesuit. Read more Poetry Landscapes, Hong Kong By Cheng Tim Tim There are so many ways of breaking. Read more Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.