Hong Kong literature
Hong Kong literature is 20th-century and subsequent writings from or about Hong Kong or by writers from Hong Kong, primarily in the poetry, performance, and fiction media. Hong Kong literature reflect...
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SCMP Group
The SCMP Group (South China Morning Post) (SEHK: 0583) is a publishing group in Hong Kong.SCMP publishes the South China Morning Post, a daily English-language newspaper in Hong Kong, and Hong Ko...
TOM Group
TOM Group Limited (SEHK: 2383) is a Chinese-language media company in the Greater China region, with business interests across markets in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Its business cover...
Larry Feign
Larry Feign (born December 5, 1955), an American-born cartoonist and writer, is best known for his comic strip The World of Lily Wong. He attended the University of California, Berkeley and Goddard Co...
The Book and the Sword
The Book and the Sword is a wuxia novel by Jin Yong (Louis Cha). It was first serialised between 8 February 1955 and 5 September 1956 in the Hong Kong newspaper The New Evening Post.Set in the Qing dy...
Xiaomingxiong
Xiaomingxiong(pen name; traditional Chinese 小明雄), also known as Samshasha (born 1954), is a veteran Hong Kong gay right activist and one of the first authors to study the history of homosexuality in C...
Chip Tsao
Chip Tsao (born 17 August 1958), also known by his pen name To Kit, is a multilingual Hong Kong-based columnist, broadcaster, and writer. His writings are mostly in Chinese. He is well known for his s...
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Paul Lin
Paul Lin Ziyang (Traditional Chinese: 林子揚, born December 10, 1971) is a writer, composer and head of a political discussion online forum in Hong Kong. He currently host a programme, Headline (頭條新聞), o...
Baifa Monü Zhuan
Baifa Monü Zhuan is a wuxia novel by Liang Yusheng. It was serialised between 5 August 1957 and 10 December 1958 in the Hong Kong newspaper Sin Wun Pao. It is closely related to Qijian Xia Tianshan an...
Arthur Wong
Arthur Wong Ngok-Tai (Chinese: 黃岳泰) is a nine time Hong Kong Film Awards-winning cinematographer, actor, screenwriter, film producer and film director.
As a cinematographer, Wong was inspired ...
Earnshaw Books
Earnshaw Books is a Hong Kong-based publishing house specializing in English-language books about China. Earnshaw Books was founded in 2007 by CEO Graham Earnshaw. First concentrating in reprinting ol...
David Tang
Sir David Tang, KBE (Chinese name: 鄧永鏘) (Cantonese pinyin: Tang Wing Cheung; Mandarin pinyin: Dèng Yǒngqiāng) (born 2 August 1954) is a Hong Kong businessman and socialite best known as the founder of...
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Ma Jian (writer)
Ma Jian (born 18 August 1953) is a Chinese writer.
Ma was born in Qingdao, Shandong Province of east China, on 18 August 1953. As a child, he was the pupil of a painter who had been persecuted as ...
Phantom (Nesbø novel)
Phantom is a crime novel by Norwegian novelist, Jo Nesbø. Its Norwegian title is Gjenferd, which does not directly translate to Phantom; rather it translates to a word similar to "ghosts". Phantom is ...
Rebecca Bradley
Rebecca Bradley is a Canadian novelist and archaeologist, with a doctorate in archaeology from the University of Cambridge. She was selected for the gift-child Berg Science Seminars program while livi...
The Leopard (Nesbø novel)
Jo Nesbø talks about The Leopard on Bookbits radio.The Leopard is a crime novel by Norwegian novelist, Jo Nesbø. Its Norwegian title is Panserhjerte, which does not directly translate to The Leopard...
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Nury Vittachi
Nury Vittachi (born 2 October 1958 in Ceylon) is a journalist and author based in Hong Kong. His columns are published daily, weekly in a variety of newspapers in Asia as well as on his website. He is...
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The Train to Lo Wu
The Train to Lo Wu is a collection of short stories by Jess Row published in January 2005. The book contains seven loosely related stories set in or related to Hong Kong. They all deal with the tensio...
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Hong Kong International Literary Festival
The Hong Kong International Literary Festival is an international literary festival held annually in Hong Kong. It was founded in 2000 by Nury Vittachi and creative writing teacher Jane Camens, with s...
Gu Long
Xiong Yaohua (7 June 1938 – 21 September 1985), better known by his pen name Gu Long, was a Chinese novelist, screenwriter, film producer and director. A graduate of Cheng Kung Senior High School and ...
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Quenby Fung
Quenby Fung (君比), who was born as Fung Yan Yan, is a famous novelist in Hong Kong focus on writing Chinese children's literature for early teens. She had been writing stories and novels when she was ...