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Poetry
Jeet Thayil
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Non-fiction
Audra Ang

I once offered to cut off my arm in exchange for a tour of an illegal noodle-making operation.

I reached this peak of desperation in 2007 while on assignment in the southern port of Xiamen, where I was trying to capture the clandestine nature of China’s countless unregulated manufacturers.

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Non-fiction
Jang Jin-sung
Systemic flaws and inherent corruption have prevented North Korea from fulfilling the promise of its juche ideology of self-reliance. Following the collapse of its strongest ally, the Soviet Union, these flaws became more apparent. Without Soviet support, corruption – once the fiefdom of the elite – began to filter down to all levels of society. 
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Art

Zhang Bingjiang
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Fiction

Mai Jia
Translated by
Brian Holton
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F. H. Batacan
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Chi Wei-Jan
Translated by
Anna Holmwood
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Prosper Anyalechi
Translated by
Dreux Richard
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Tew Bunnag
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Krishan Partap Singh
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Non-fiction

Carla Camille Mendoza
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Luis H. Francia
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Farrukh Saleem
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Jang Jin-sung
Translated by
Shirley Lee
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Audra Ang
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Dilip D'Souza
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Shashi Warrier
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He Jiahong
Translated by
James McMath
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Martin Alexander
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Interviews

Shu-Ching Jean Chen
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Martin Alexander
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Book Reviews

Kelly Falconer
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ALR
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Alisha Haridasani
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Poetry

Jéanpaul Ferro
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Jéanpaul Ferro
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Gopilal Acharya
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Ma Yan
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Sivakami Velliangiri
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Sivakami Velliangiri
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Sivakami Velliangiri
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Jeet Thayil
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John Wall Barger
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Reid Mitchell
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Jeet Thayil
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