Synopses & Reviews
Anthology of new writing and thinking from 43 of Hong Kong's most talented writers and poets. This is an eclectic, engrossing read to be dipped into again and again. Fifty-Fifty is envisioned to be a collective response to a burning question posed by the editor, Xu Xi: What are Hong Kong's odds as it counts down 50 years of 'Special Administrative Region' status, which grants it autonomy from China only until 2047? The book's inspired stories, poems and essays paint a broad picture of this extraordinary city on the cusp of major change.