“You’re stepping on my shadow, please back off,” she said.

Sun Yisheng / Nicky Harman

Words Without Borders

Link to articles tagged Chinese Literature


After the Infernoordswithoutborders.orgZhang XinxinHelen WangNov 2017Online
A Faun's Afternoonordswithoutborders.orgChi Ta-weiDavid HaysomJun 2015Online
Let’s Talk about Love and Duty and Being Nice to PeopleDavid Haysomn/aJan 2015Online
Free!ordswithoutborders.orgWang BangNicky HarmanMay 2013Online
The Shades who Periscope Through Flowers to the SkySun YishengNicky HarmanDec 2012Online
A Beethoven Chronologyordswithoutborders.orgYu JianSteve BradburyDec 2011Online
Immanuel Kantordswithoutborders.orgYu JianSteve BradburyDec 2011Online
The Festival of Ghostsordswithoutborders.orgZheng Xiaolümultiple translatorsDec 2011Asia
The Story of a Homosexual: An Interview with Ni Dongxueordswithoutborders.orgLiao YiwuWenguang HuangJun 2011Online
Davin Chan Moves Outordswithoutborders.orgXi XiSteve BradburyFeb 2011Online
Ball Lightningordswithoutborders.orgLiu CixinJoel MartinsenDec 2009Online
Level Aordswithoutborders.orgHuang YongmeiErin Yu-Tien HuangDec 2008Online
Love's Laborordswithoutborders.orgYe MiHu YingApr 2008Online
Feminine Spirit, Unreconstructedordswithoutborders.orgLiu SolaHu YingApr 2008Online
Random Notes on Beijingordswithoutborders.orgLiu SolaHu YingApr 2008Online
Wang Hanfangordswithoutborders.orgWang AnyiHu YingApr 2008Online
Footnotes Like Skyscrapersordswithoutborders.orgHu Yingn/aApr 2008Online
Red Bean Sticky Cakes and Runningordswithoutborders.orgZhao YingVictoria HsiehApr 2008Online
Little Girl Lostordswithoutborders.orgSheng KeyiJohn BarthletteApr 2008Online
Two or Three Things from the Pastordswithoutborders.orgYu Jianmultiple translatorsDec 2004Asia
Appointment in K CityLi XiaoZhu HongMay 2004US