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Old Mrs Yip is reluctant to move to his son’s new residence as it was previously a cemetery, and she believes it is a haunted place. One evening, after her son and his wife go to a networking party, she hears some noise and thinks there are ghosts, which turnes out to be a group of beggars having fun at the bottom of the hill.
鄭雄 ; 海辛 ; CHENG, Hung ; Hai Xin
Born in 1930 in Guangdong, Cheng fled the Sino-Japanese war in China and came to Hong Kong when he was in primary four. Enlightened by the revolutionary Zheng Bi'an, he developed an interest in literature from a young age. He started to be a full-time writer in the 1970s and published a number of novels, including《一家人》[Family].
Gu received his Master's degree in modern Chinese literature from the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia.
DUKE, Michael S. 杜邁可
Duke obtained his PhD in Chinese language and literature at U.C., Berkeley, and taught at the University of British Columbia. His publications include Blooming and Contending: Chinese Literature in the Post Mao Era and The Iron House: A Memoir of the Chinese Democracy Movement and the Tiananmen Massacre. He has translated a wide range of literary works, including works of Su Tong.
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