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The Umbrella Movement put Hong Kong on the world map and elevated this docile, money-minded Asian island to a model for pro-democracy campaigns across the globe. Umbrellas in Bloom is the first book available in English to chronicle this history-making event, written by columnist Jason Y. Ng based on his firsthand account at the main […]
Guidebook writer David Leffman is heading back to remote parts of Guizhou province on Tuesday, to pick up the trail of William Mesny – the British-born “Mercenary Mandarin” who became a general in the Chinese army.
But before he goes, he will be giving an illustrated talk about Mesny to the Royal Asiatic Society in the […]
Apologies to all the readers who pre-ordered Jason Y. Ng’s Umbrellas in Bloom as long as two months ago. Two printers refused to handle the book because of its subject matter, and so we had a long delay in getting it published.
However, it has finally arrived and we sent copies out today, to bookshops […]
Join us at Bert’s Bar in the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong, for the launch of Kitchen Tiles by Feng Chi-shun.
When: 6-9pm, Monday, December 21, 2015.
Besides Kitchen Tiles, Feng’s other books Diamond Hill and Hong Kong Noir will be on sale if you are looking for autographed stocking fillers. Hope […]