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Join us for a reading and Q&A with acclaimed Hong Kong author Dorothy Tse (謝曉虹) and translator Natascha Bruce, who’ll be discussing their work together, including an upcoming collection of Chinese speculative fiction, That We May Live, from Two Lines Press. In Dorothy’s stories, humans turn into fish, limbs are exchanged as currency, and familiar cityscapes…
For this research seminar, in association with East Asian Studies at Leeds, we welcome Dr Astrid Møller-Olsen, lecturer in Chinese and Comparative Literature at Lund University, Sweden, to discuss her work on sensory literary studies and Chinese fiction. Abstract In my research, I employ a framework of sensory literary studies to explore the connections between…
Join us for this lunch-time research seminar with Dr Dorothy Tse (謝曉虹), associate professor of literature and creative writing at Hong Kong Baptist University, who’ll be talking about her work on representations of Hong Kong in fiction. Besides her academic work, Dorothy is an award-winning writer from Hong Kong. She has published three story collections…
We’re pleased to be supporting this poetry event, with The University of Leeds Poetry Centre, Stand magazine, The Leeds Centre for Translation Studies, and the Leeds Business Confucius Institute. The event will be a symposium consisting of readings and discussions on poetry – including translation – by poets from China and the UK, including poets…
Join us on 15th July to celebrate the first anniversary of our Centre in style! In the morning from 11am we will be celebrating the work of our July featured author, Li Er 李洱, with readings and Q&A with Jeremy Tiang, the translator of Li’s most recent novel to appear in English, Coloratura 花腔 . Then……
We’re delighted to welcome a number of speakers to Leeds for this special event on marketing Chinese literature in translation. The afternoon will consist of key-note speeches and roundtable discussion. All welcome but places are limited, so please book on our Eventbrite page. Speakers Professor Claire Squires is Director of the Stirling Centre for International…
For our latest lunchtime seminar we’re looking forward to welcoming author and academic Liang Hong 梁鸿 to Leeds to discuss her work, focusing on the significance of ideas of the ‘village’ and of rural China. Liang Hong currently teaches Chinese literature in the creative writing department of Renmin University, and has conducted a book-length interview with author…
In collaboration with East Asian Studies at the University of Leeds, we’re delighted to welcome Professor Perry Link to Leeds for this lecture on politics and contemporary Chinese literature. Professor Link is Chancellorial Chair for Innovation in Teaching Across Disciplines at the University of California, Riverside, and Emeritus Professor of East Asian Languages at Princeton…
Following on from our symposium in September on Non-Han fiction and film in China, we welcome three scholars  to discuss their work on Tibetan literature and cultural heritage. The event will consist of two talks, followed by a round-table discussion from 3.30, with refreshments to follow. This event will have a special focus on the work…
We’re looking forward to welcoming authors Lijia Zhang and Yan Ge for this event focusing on fiction and gender in China. The event will feature talks, readings, and discussion. Lijia Zhang is a writer, journalist, and public speaker. Her book Socialism is Great! A Worker’s Memoir of the New China is published by Atlas & Co. and…