Hong Kong’s liminal spaces: unveiling nature and identity in Tsang Tsui-shan’s "Big Blue Lake"


Winnie L.M. Yee

Winnie L. M. Yee is Assistant Professor in Comparative Literature at the University of Hong Kong. Her research interests are contemporary Chinese literature and film, Hong Kong culture, independent cinema, Chinese Diaspora, eco-criticism, literary and cultural theories, world literature, and postcolonial theories. She is co-editor of Narrating Hong Kong Culture and Identity (Oxford UP, 2003) and has published on Hong Kong independent cinema, Chinese writers Wang Anyi, Yu Jian, Dung Kai-cheung, and Wong Bik-wan in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Her works have appeared in Tamkang Review, The Epoch Poetry Quarterly and Critical Methodology and the Study of Chinese Fictions among other places. She is currently working on a manuscript exploring the relationship between ecopoetics and Chinese literature and film.