Mekong Review Vol 4 #4 August-October 2019

Mekong Review

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Going, together
Lok Man Law
How hope was crushed in Hong Kong

The pushback
Antony Dapiran
Challenging China’s authority

Raincoat in two cities; Dead man epidemic
Afrizal Malna

The killings
Margaret Scott
Time for a full account of 1965

Local knowledge
Robert Templer
An interview with Sidney Jones

My sister’s story
Pim Wangtechawat
History is thicker than water

Have faith
George Styllis
The great escape from Tham Luang

Paper estate
Jeff Sparrow
Shaping Australia’s print landscape

No limit
Alice Dawkins
A millennial in Beijing

To J.
Aiden Heung
A poem by Aiden Heung

Tithes that bind
Nick Freeman
Sending money back to Vietnam

Upon the crags
Rupert Arrowsmith
For love and empire

The gambler
Hugo Pinto
The life of a Macau casino tycoon

Enduring
Aizuddin H. Anuar
An education in Sabah

Spooked
Andrew Selth
The ghosts that haunt Myanmar

One of us
Preeta Samarasan
Tash Aw writes about migrant labour

Coming out
Aimee Chanthadavong
Australia’s Sweatshop movement

Play it again
Michael Freeman
Ocean Vuong’s debut novel

home
B.B.P. Hosmillo
A poem by B.B.P. Hosmillo

Misconceived
Anthony Morreale
Penguin stumbles over a Vietnamese classic

ISBN: 2770010035108
Publisher: Mekong Review