Subscribe on Podcasts | Spotify | SoundCloud |
Hosts Kate, Eric, and Medaya are joined by renowned Chinese writer Yan Lianke, whose latest book is the memoir Three Brothers, about his childhood growing up during the Cultural Revolution. Calling in from Beijing, Yan discusses his life as a writer, being banned and censored in his own country and how he thinks literature can influence politics. Nicole Liu translates from the Chinese.
Also, Nicole Liu recommends Fleche, a book of poetry by Hong Kong author Mary Jean Chan.