Selected writing

Features

how Hong Kong protesters document police brutality (The Nation)
how the Tumblr crackdown on adult content has affected the furry community (The Outline)

Criticism

on the emergent Hong Kong nation (The Point Magazine)
on Hong Kong Anglophone literature as minor literature (AAWW’s The Margins)
on queer love in Ocean Vuongs novel On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous (The Nation)
how subtle asian traits demonstrates the incoherence of a monolithic Asian identity (The Outline)
how Tidying Up with Marie Kondo exposes the cracks in commodity fetishism (The Outline)
on Glossier’s relationship to capitalism (The Outline)
on Anne Carson’s lectures on aesthetics (The Outline)
on my deep and unabiding love for Zadie Smith’s work (The Outline)
how a relatively misunderstood Chinese term offers insight into the political climate of Hong Kong (Popula)

Interviews

Richard Jean So about whiteness in post-45 American fiction and cultural analytics (The Nation)
Wu of Red Canary Song about sex work and the Atlanta spa shootings (The Nation)
Eve L. Ewing about her poetry collection 1919 (The Nation)
Garth Greenwell about epiphany and his story cycle Cleanness (The Nation)
Sophie Lewis about pregnancy as work (The Nation)
Yiyun Li about her latest novel, Where Reasons End (The Nation)

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