Pilot Issue  (April 2014)

Editor’s Introduction

City of the Queen, an Epic Tale of Colonial Hong Kong, by Jini Wang

Critical Book Report on The Fall of Hong Kong: Britain, China, and the Japanese Occupation, by Pui Yan Lam

Hong Kong Film, Hollywood and the New Global Cinema: No Film is an Island, by Wenqi Guo

Is a Fair Outcome of Globalization Attainable Both for Developed and Developing Countries?, by Kristian Øfstegaard Viflot

On Free Will, by Zhuhai Ye

Scientific Method, by Yaqi Wan

The Cinema of Hong Kong: History, Arts and Identity Hong Kong Cinema and Its Interaction with Global Culture, by Zhen Zhao

The Different Forms and Functions of the Goddess Kwan Yin, by Pak Yeung Law

The Meaning of Life, by Iris Ching Lam Wong

The Strengthening of the Guanyin Cult through Divination in Hong Kong, by Ursula Young

Time Traveling to the Past, by Chi Wai Law

Reflecting on Managing Organisations, by Sarah Millar

Inaugural Issue (Issue 1; November 2015)

Editor’s Introduction

Aiko, by Ip Ling, Elaine

Fight or flight, by Yau Yuk Ki, Katy

Learning English in 3d, by Ho Lap Kwan, Lawrence

Project proposal – The integration of GPS tracking and aerial shooting technology in outdoor sports events, by Wong Kwan Ho, Marco

Proposal of all-rounded educational toy – Mickey ball catcher,  by Wu Cheuk Yan, Venus

The greatest fear, by Lee Shuk Ching, Janet

The reflection of identities between my grandfather and me in different centuries, by Wong Him Chin, Chelsea

Issue 2  (September 2016)

Editor’s Introduction

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Reader’s Choice Contest

Ugly Shoes Must Die , by Sidra Khan

The Secret of the Mooncake , by Winson Pan

An Analytical Essay on Poem Reflection – Wasted , by Heidi Tse

A Comparison of the Paintings of Bada Shanren and Shitao of the Qing Dynasty , by Liu Hong

Partial Assimilation: Mainland Chinese New Migrants in Singapore , by Jin Luo

Comments on Wu Yu’s Critique of the Confucian Teaching of Filial Piety and Conflicts within Filial Piety , by David Xu

Makeferrence Manifesto , by Geovanny Lay

A Memoir , by Anonymous

The Story of Andras, the Hero, and Grapto, the Convict , by Douglas Liu

It Ends with a Beginning , by Viola Chong

Issue 3  (September 2017)

Editor’s Introduction

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Reader’s Choice Contest

Blood and hair: Human bodily materials in the works of Wenda Gu , by Max Lee

An evaluation of the implementation of communal conservancies in Namibia , by Yiu Pui Ying, Joanne

Weeding out Weed Laws , by Vivian Tsui

An Enterprise Information System for retail companies’ internal inventory management technology proposal , by LIU Qihong, Leo

Revolution: The Right Way , by Anoushka Mahar

The Mountain or the River? , by Bei Ho Pan

Humanity’s Primal Fears: Interpreting The Fly , by Anson Wang Zhuo Li

Blossom Season and Rainy Days , by Anna Tao

Issue 4  (October 2018)

Editor’s Introduction

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Shifting Female Identity in Paris: Manet’s Altered “Barmaid” in Folies-Bergère as an Allegory (1880s), by LI Ruowei

Shifters,  by Maciej Nowakowski

How does Zhang Hongtu’s Artwork Reflect his Cultural Diversity? , by Syeda Aimen Abbasi

The Cursed Life of Carl Flowers , by Geisty Shu

The “Dear Sisters” Who Can’t Hear the Time’s Up Alarm , by Zere Kairbekova

Membership with a Price: Weakened Sovereignty in the Age of the WTO , by Isaac Wong

Counting Stars, by Jocelin Vania Cindy

Which Legal Approach to Prostitution Protects the Sex Workers Best? , by DAI Zhiping Lionel

Issue 5 (September 2019)

Editor’s Introduction

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Let There Be No Light , by Wong Xiu Wei

Rethinking Linguistic Relativity: Does Language Shape our Thought? , by Celia Liu

A selection of poems , by Chatty Indrawan

Tasty Meal or Man’s Best Friend?, by Li Zuchen, Mike

Climate Change: Investigating the Hurdles to Action , by Gautham Gopinath

Issue 6 (September 2020)

Editors’ Introduction 

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Radiography: More than Just Pushing Buttons , by Yeung Wing Chun

Mors et Vita Duello Conflixere Mirando – Death and Life Contended in a Spectacular Battle , by William Chang

Superheroes: Force for Good or Relic of the Past? , by So Shiu To Tobias

Tear Drop , by Ashima Shukla

Metanoia , by Ma Yan Tung Roni

Love U2 , by Ines Durand

The Symphony of Life , by Hamad Khan

War is Never a Choice , by Lam Chi Yuen (Lammy)

New Methods for Regrowing Nerves could Reverse Blindness , by Anastassiya Kim

Toilet Paper Panic: Who’s to Blame? , by Chen Yusong, Brett

Fed up with Pompous Culinary Posers , by Muses Yip

A Chai Shop and Contrasts , by Jo-Ann Sanu

First Taste of Salt , by Yung Wing Chit (Vinci)

Issue 7 (September 2021)

Editors’ Introduction

About Issue 7

Like Water, by Fung Sum Yi, Popo 

Voices in a Vacuum: Exploring Podcast Horror, by Mehriell Ang 

Halted Oblivion, by Will Yick 

Insert Coin, Grab Joystick and Buckle up – Memories and Takeaways from Ready Player One, by Joshua Tan Yee Chong  

Vampire Beauty, by Hsiang-An Tseng 

Exporting J-horror: Will its cultural success abroad also be its demise?, by Rosie Man Wai Chan

Issue 8 (September 2022)

Editor’s Introduction

The Gleaming Emerald, by Chan Tsz Hei Hedy

Considering a shared future between humans, post-humans and AI, by Cheah Yeok Tatt 

River’s Song, by Alicia Cheung

The Meek, by Hui Nga Chit Cheryl

I by D, by David Vallo

The Vending Machine, by Tracy Chow