• Wedding in Autumn Quick View
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    • Wedding in Autumn

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    • by  Shih Chiung-Yu Haunted by memories of the Chinese Civil War in the late 1940s, nationalist soldiers from all over mainland China are doomed to live out their days in exile in Taitung County, along the southeastern shore of the island of Taiwan. The three novellas in this collection tell stories of Chinese men who were forced to leave their…
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    • Costume

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    • by Yeng Pway Ngon In the 1910s, thirteen-year-old Leong Ping Hung comes to Singapore from China to seek his fortune. Decades later, he is a lonely old man mourning his shattered dreams. His granddaughter Yu Sau struggles to take care of him while trying to make sense of her own life in a rapidly changing country. He speaks Cantonese, and…
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  • Masked Dolls Quick View
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    • Masked Dolls

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    • Author: Shih Chiung-Yu "Masked Dolls is one of those rare books which after reading reveals itself to be greater than the sum of its parts. Brutal, intense, fascinating." - The Writes of Woman "Set in turn-of-the-century Seoul and Taipei, Shih Chiung-yu’s novel depicts what it means to be a woman reconciling the scars of a tortured past with living in…
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  • Night on the Milky Way Train (and nine other stories) Quick View
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    • Night on the Milky Way Train (and nine other stories)

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    • by Kenji Miyazawa Translated from the Japanese by Roger Pulvers. Night on the Milky Way Train occupies the place in the literature of Japan that Alice in Wonderland does in the English-speaking world. This amazing story of two boys – Kenji named them Giovanni and Campanella – who find themselves on a miraculous train running through the heavens, has entranced…
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    • by Roger Pulvers "LIV is a gripping mystery, of a present haunted by the past, but also a profoundly moral book, asking of the reader: what would you do? In this, LIV deserves comparison with novels as great as An Artist of the Floating World by Kazuo Ishiguro and The Reader by Bernhard Schlink." — David Peace, author of Tokyo Year Zero.…
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    • Crystal Wedding

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    • 2015 English Pen Translates Award; 2016 Financial Times / OppenheimerFunds Emerging Voices Awards (Longlisted). by Xu Xiaobin Yang Tianyi is a “leftover woman” and under pressure to find a husband. She is attractive and intelligent but knows little of the world, and finally makes a disastrous marriage to a man, Wang Lian. At the end of the 1980s, in Tiananmen…
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  • The Dream of Lafcadio Hearn: a novel, with an introduction (The Life of Lafcadio Hearn) Quick View
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    • by Li Tong Winner of the 1986 Hong Chien-Chuan Children's Literature Award and the 1989 Yang Huan Literature Award   Through misunderstanding, sympathy, reconciliation and love, seven schoolchildren forged an abiding friendship in their hometown Penghu, a cluster of islands in the Taiwan Strait. Brought together by their Arts and Crafts teacher, the children learned to cherish their friendship and…
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    • by Gerelchimeg Blackcrane   A compelling novel set in Tibet, Mongolia, and China, about the adventures of a fiercely powerful yet lovable Tibetan mastiff. Translated from the Chinese by Anna Holmwood ISBN: 978-1-911221-31-9 Publication date: 25 April 2020 Format: Paperback (B-format) 203mm x 133mm Pages: 200 pp  
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  • Queen Bee and Other Stories Quick View
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    • by Xu Xiaobin   Translated from the Chinese by John Howard-Gibbon, Natascha Bruce, Nicky Harman and Alvin Leung ISBN: 978-1-911221-19-7 Publication date: 25 March 2019 Format: Paperback (Demy octavo) 216mm x 138mm Pages: 120 pp Cover illustration by Xu Xiaobin  
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  • The Tree Fort on Carnation Lane Quick View
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    • by Horace Ho Daniel Fang’s mid-thirties are marked by the birth of his daughter and the death of a childhood friend. His daughter’s birth and infancy reminds him of his own boyhood, his friend’s death of the good times he had with back in their old neighbourhood.   They were the kids from the wrong side of the temple, kids…
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