This is my first Chinese New Year in Hong Kong and I’ve had a hard time adjusting to one tradition in particular. From the New York Observer.
I’m going to be writing a column for the New York Observer. He’s the first, introductory feature-length piece about what drew me to Hong Kong.
Here’s a piece I reported for the radio show, Marketplace:
Here’s a quick review of Man of War published in the Ventura County Star.
Here’s a link to an interview I recorded recently for North Country Public Radio.
Here’s a story I reported for the NPR sports show, Only a Game. It’s about horse racing and the role it plays in Hong Kongers’ life.
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I’ll be reading from Man of War at this year’s Hong Kong People’s Fringe Festival.
香港藝穗民化節2012詩歌及斗學作品 A Poetry and Literature work at Hong Kong People’s Fringe Festival 2012
日期和時間/Date and Time: 29/11 9pm
3/F, 27 Lee Garden Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
香港藝穗民化節網頁 Festival Website:
票務/Ticketing: (852) 9088 6130
I wrote a piece for LA Mag’s November issue. It’s about the time I dressed up as an 18th century Spanish friar and walked between two LA-area missions. What can I say? It sounded like a good idea at the time…
I’ll be on this weekend’s episode, Been There, Done That.