A Yi's new novella is a refreshingly non-verbose, verb-driven, first-person narrative of taut tension.
The Exile and the Spy
In Edward Wilson’s The Whitehall Mandarin, 1960s Britain is at the forefront of the Cold War, caught between America and the Soviet Union.
The Secret’s in the Tradecraft
Adam Brookes gets it right with Night Heron.
China and the Nobel Prize: Four Essays on Classic Chinese Authors
A look at four classic Chinese authors
Untidy Endings: On Lao She
Lao She deserved the Nobel Prize for Literature.