Liberation and Deliberation
QLRS Vol. 2 No. 3 Apr 2003
On the control of information.
PoetryBeethoven, Opus 92
by Zhang Ruihe
by Eugene Datta
by Eugene Datta
by Ng Shing Yi
by Joanne Leow
Second Day of Mourning
by Gaston Ng
You make it easy to leave you
by Wendy Gan
by Grace Chua
Memento Mori X
by Yeow Kai Chai
by Desmond Kwok
To Leave The Morning
by Ma Shaoling
EssaysIn praise of multilingualism, bad French and the canoe instructor
Daniel de Roulet on multilingualism.
Letter From Hong Kong: The Life of Mask-Wearers
Wendy Gan on how SARS has changed life in Hong Kong.
CriticismGritted Teeth and Stoic Strength
Zhang Ruihe reviews From Boys To Men.
Handle Poetry With Care
Yeo Yen Ping reviews Felix Cheong's Broken By The Rain.
How To Be Seriously Alone
Gerard Yee reviews Jonathan Franzen's How To Be Alone.
Getting the House in Order
Sheo S. Rai reviews People Like Us.
On the Familiar Made Exotic
Wena Poon reviews Thomas Kitching's Life and Death in Changi.
InterviewsSex and the City Poet
Alvin Pang interviews Felix Cheong.
Extra MediaA Sour View From The Top
Richard Lord reviews Top Girls.
We Lost It At The Movies
Richard Lord reviews Popcorn.
Pas de Deux For Lonely Singles
Richard Lord reviews Modern Dance for Beginners and Confessions of Three Unmarried Women.
Almost Spiritual Exercise
Susan Tsang reviews “Dreams and Portents”.
Entering Beauty, Entering Art
Cyril Wong reviews Anaglyphs.
The Acid TongueProse in Peril on the Sea: Adam Mars-Jones eats Grass
Chief/Poetry: Toh Hsien Min
Short Stories: Winnie Lee
Essays: Heng Siok Tian and Elaine Foo
Criticism and Interviews: Elaine Foo and Chia Yueh Chin
Extra Media: Cyril Wong and Chia Yueh Chin
The Acid Tongue: Cyril Wong
Issue illustration by: Terence Heng