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Moving Worlds Issue 16.2 'Imagining Asia'

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ARTICLES

FRANCES WOOD, China but also Cathay: Imagined and Explored by Western Writers from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Century

SAMARA CAHILL, Fancy That: Butterflies, Gardens, ‘Japan China’, and the Perfect Gentleman in Sir Charles Grandison
SEAN GOLDEN, W.B. Yeats: From Sligo to Noh via Ernest Fenollosa

SARAH DODD, The Real and the Unreal in Contemporary Chinese Short Fiction

KEI KOGA, The Rise of Asia, Power Shifts, and Strategic Rivalries

GITHA HARIHARAN, Retelling Asias

GAIL JONES, ‘I am Chinese’: Of Bodies and Walls, Of Boundaries and their Dissolution

BOEY KIM CHENG, ‘Not the End of the World’: U Win Pe

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CONTENTS

 

EDITORIAL

SHIRLEY CHEW

 

FICTION

CAN XUE, The Other Side of the Partition

TRANSLATED FROM THE CHINESE BY KAREN GERNANT AND CHEN ZEPING

Alison Frank, Dance Lesson

 

INTERVIEW

HEE WAI-SIAM, Ho Wi-Ding: A Director Who Does Not Live For Film Festivals

 

ARTICLES

FRANCES WOOD, China but also Cathay: Imagined and Explored by Western Writers from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Century

SAMARA CAHILL, Fancy That: Butterflies, Gardens, ‘Japan China’, and the Perfect Gentleman in Sir Charles Grandison

SEAN GOLDEN, W.B. Yeats: From Sligo to Noh via Ernest Fenollosa

SARAH DODD, The Real and the Unreal in Contemporary Chinese Short Fiction

KEI KOGA, The Rise of Asia, Power Shifts, and Strategic Rivalries

GITHA HARIHARAN, Retelling Asias

GAIL JONES, ‘I am Chinese’: Of Bodies and Walls, Of Boundaries and their Dissolution

BOEY KIM CHENG, ‘Not the End of the World’: U Win Pe

 

REVIEWS

BY BÉNÉDICTE LEDENT, AND MELISSA DE VILLIERS

 

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS