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6 February 2012

John Hung’s interview in Ming Pao

2016-11-24T01:14:19+08:00February 6th, 2012|authors, hong kong, media attention|7 Comments

The author of Master of None was interviewed at length by Ming Pao, the Hong Kong newspaper. The translated text is reproduced below. (To read it in the original Chinese, click the image on the right). Freedom Behind Bars – John Hung “Human beings created justice, as well as injustice,” he said. A man who has been treated unfairly in [...]

11 January 2012

Stint in prison just the ticket for taipan’s next chapter

2016-11-24T01:14:19+08:00January 11th, 2012|authors, events, hong kong, media attention, new books|0 Comments

From the South China Morning Post Lai See column: A flyer came across our desk yesterday inviting us to a booksigning event featuring John Hung’s book Master of None, How a Hong Kong High- Flyer Overcame the Devastating Experience of Imprisonment. Hung, it will be recalled, not so long ago stepped out of Stanley Prison after a 16-month sojourn for [...]

18 October 2011

Lunch event: Reflections of a Hong Kong High-Flyer from Stanley Prison

2018-03-07T00:50:22+08:00October 18th, 2011|authors, events, hong kong, new books|0 Comments

Does a man need a stint in jail to complete his life experiences? When John T. Hung was writing his book “Master of None” from inside Stanley Prison, apart from the experience of imprisonment, he also recounted the many events and people that have affected his life. The most dramatic changes in Hong Kong took place from 1970 to the [...]