A Conversation with Jessica J. Lee, interviewed by Jiaqi Kang. Originally published in Sine Theta Issue 12, “雷 Thunder”

This interview was originally published in sinθ #12 “THUNDER 雷”. Get it now on BLURB.

Born in Canada in 1986 to a Welsh father and a Taiwanese mother, Jessica J. Lee is an author and environmental historian now residing in Berlin. Lee was first drawn to nature writing through courses…

By Michelle Huang

This interview was originally published in sinθ #10 “THRIVE 盛”. Get it now on BLURB.

“无限,” He Dong reads, then pauses. The intonation isn’t quite right. She starts again. “无限.”

We sit on office chairs in her daughter’s house in Oxford, England, steam rising gently from our mugs of tea…

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By Jiaqi Kang

This interview was originally conducted via email in September 2018 and was published in Issue #9 “ECHO (替)”. Get it now on BLURB.

When I was fifteen, I discovered features journalism for the first time when I randomly picked up Factory Girls by Leslie T. Chang at an airport —…

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By Jiaqi Kang

This interview was originally published in Issue #9 “ECHO (替)”. Get it now on BLURB.

Canadian author and poet Larissa Lai was born in California, USA to Hong Kong Chinese scholars in 1967, and later moved to Newfoundland, Canada. She currently teaches critical theory and creative writing at the University…

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By Jiaqi Kang

This interview was conducted via two rounds of emails in July 2018 and was originally published in Issue #8 “GOLD (金)”. Get it now on BLURB.

Ponti conjures up the relentless heat and humidity of prosperous Singapore at the turn of this century, a country whose economic boom only took…

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By Elisabeth Siegel

This interview was originally published in Issue #8 “GOLD (金)”. Get it now on BLURB.

When I first heard of The Poppy War this past May, even as a very general concept — a fantasy retelling of the Sino-Japanese war — I bought it immediately and devoured it in full…

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