A disruptive romance as metaphor for the complexities of contemporary ethnic and political Basque identity.
For six strangers, the brutality of May 2008 reawakens forgotten memories of the Lebanese Civil War.
A likable loser tries to keep his head above the torrent of contemporary Beijing.
These pieces paint a picture of a Singapore that has ceased to be.
The bridge is gone. The river is gone.
If this had been Hong Kong, surely he’d have become a movie star!
We are not a run-of-the-mill company. We do not engage in run- of-the-mill business.
Today, she was the richest girl in the world.
One thought occupied his mind all this time: that he might not have a son to perform his last rites.
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