#WRITERSRESIST in Hong Kong — Readers

Find out more about #WRITERSRESIST in Hong Kong by clicking here. Runyu Huang 黃潤宇,青年寫作者,江蘇無錫人,現於香港就讀。寫詩寫文,作品偶見於香港媒體、藝文刊物如《明報·世紀版》、《字花》等。 Akin Jeje, originally from Canada, now lives in Hong Kong. His works have been published and featured in Canada and Hong Kong. His poetry collection Smoked Pearl was a semi-finalist for the 2009 International Proverse Prize, and published by Proverse Hong Kong in 2010. Jeje’s most recent publication was in issue … Continue reading #WRITERSRESIST in Hong Kong — Readers

"Eight Years, Eight Lessons" — ASIAN CHA Issue 30 Editorial

Thank you for joining us for our Eighth Anniversary Issue. I am not sure that neither my co-editor Jeff Zroback nor I would have imagined at the beginning that Cha would have lasted this long. But here we are. When we started, we knew very little about running a journal, and to be frank, we still have a lot to learn. Even the slowest student … Continue reading "Eight Years, Eight Lessons" — ASIAN CHA Issue 30 Editorial

The March 2015 Issue of Cha is HERE.

  The March 2015 Issue of Cha is HERE.  The delayed March 2015 Issue of Cha is here. We would like to thank guest editors Dorothy Chan (poetry) and David Raphael Israel (prose) for reading the submissions with us and helping us put together the new edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for the fine selection of book reviews and Vinita Agrawal for reading … Continue reading The March 2015 Issue of Cha is HERE.

CHA Issue #23 goes live

Click HERE to read the March 2014 issue of Cha. .   . The belated Sixth Anniversary Issue of Cha (March 2014) is here. We would like to thank guest editors Arthur Leung (poetry) and Royston Tester (prose) for reading the submissions with us and helping us put together a great edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for another fine selection of book reviews and Daryl Yam for reading the contest … Continue reading CHA Issue #23 goes live

Cha Flash Fiction Contest – shortlist

[click the image to enlarge] Below is the shortlist for Cha‘s “Misinterpretation” Flash Fiction Contest. The three winning stories will be announced presently and published in the Fifth Anniversary Issue of Cha.  Shortlisted entries: -“Eclipsed” by Angelo B. Ancheta-“My Bhua” by Hema.S.Raman-“Dangerous Singing” by Rupprecht Mayer-“Carol” by Stephanie Davies-“People are Fundamental” by Tom Mangione-“Happily Ever after” by Twish Mukherjee Prizes: -First: £50, Second: £30, Third: £20 … Continue reading Cha Flash Fiction Contest – shortlist