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GOLDFISH
JENNIFER WONG

CHAMELEON PRESS (APR 2013)
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From childhood memories, fairytales, taboos, deep-rooted faiths to translated truths, Jennifer Wong's dream-like and surreal second collection reveals the changing landscapes of Hong Kong and modern China.
Jennifer Wong is a Hong Kong born poet. She has taught creative writing at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and , in 2012, she was writer-in-residence at Lingnan University and a visiting poet at City University Hong Kong.
This collection establishes Jennifer Wong as Hong Kong's finest English language poet of the younger generation without a shadow of doubt.
- Mike Ingham
...handled with great sharpness and delicacy.
- George Szirtes
Also by Jennifer Wong :
from Chameleon Press : Summer Cicadas (2006)

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