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Alice Xin Liu

Alice Xin Liu was born in Beijing but left for London at the age of seven, returning when she was twenty-one. She is a graduate in English literature, Durham University, but her Chinese cadre...

Hong Xinyi

Hong Xinyi is a Singapore-based freelance journalist whose areas of interest include urban development and design, built and intangible heritage, and emerging trends in arts and culture. She has...

Jeffrey Yang

Jeffrey Yang is the author of the poetry collections Vanishing-Line and An Aquarium. He is the translator of Ahmatjan Osman’s Uyghurland, the Farthest Exile (with...

Donald A. Yates

Donald A. Yates is professor emeritus of Spanish American literature at Michigan State University (East Lansing). He is the translator of both novels and short stories by many Spanish American...

Debra Yatim

Debra Yatim is a translator of short stories and longer fiction, poetry, and news items. She is a contributing editor for Tempo English in Indonesia, and has written four volumes of poetry (one...

Shawn Xian Ye

Shawn Xian Ye graduated from the master's program in English language and literature at Fudan University in Shanghai. He also holds an MBA from the University of Baltimore. He has taught English...

Lee Yew Leong

Lee Yew Leong is the founding editor of Asymptote. Based in Taipei, he is the author of three hypertexts, one of which won the James Assatly Memorial Prize for Fiction (Brown University). He has...

Hu Ying

Hu Ying teaches Chinese literature at the University of California, Irvine. She is the author of Tales of Translation: Composing the New Woman in China and she translates contemporary Chinese...

Fasil Yitbarek

Fasil Yitbarek is an Ethiopian author, poet, translator and teacher. He lives in Qatar, serving as English Lecturer at the University of Qatar. Fasil is the author of an English...

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