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Writer’s Invitation Is Pulled, and Some Ask if Hong Kong Is Still a Refuge
The Tai Kwun Center for Heritage and Arts in Hong Kong had been scheduled to host two events Saturday featuring Ma Jian, whose new novel “China Dream” is a satire of totalitarianism.
Ma Jian, Exiled Chinese Novelist, Hails Appearance as Victory for Rights
Ma Jian, center, said the totalitarian society George Orwell predicted in “1984” had been “completely and totally” realized in China.
Hong Kong Activists Face Trial Over 2014 Pro-Democracy Protests
The founders of the Occupy Central movement — Chu Yiu-ming, fourth from left, a retired pastor, and the professors Benny Tai and Chan Kin-man, center and third from right — outside a court in Hong
The Saturday Profile: A Dissident Chinese Novelist Finds Echoes of Mao, and Orwell
“Only in literature can we fully express the injustices of society, the extremes of human nature and our hopes for a beautiful future,” said Ma Jian while he was in Hong Kong for the annual literary
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