Dung Kai-cheung

Dung Kai-cheung is an award-winning Hong Kong fiction writer, playwright and essayist. He also teaches creative writing and literature at various universities in Hong Kong. Among his books published in Chinese are Androgyny: Evolution of a Nonexistent Species (1996), Atlas: The Archaeology of an Imaginary City, The Double Body (1997), The Rose of the Name (1997), Visible Cities (1998), The Catalog (1999), A Brief History of the Silverfish (2002), Works and Creations (2005), Histories of Time (2007) and The Age of Learning (2010). Columbia University Press published an English translation of his novel Atlas: The Archaeology of an Imaginary City in 2012.


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