Image: Kaoru Ng

Security law: An attempt to erase the memory of Hong Kong as it really was
Hong Kong Free Press: 21 July 2020

Hongkongers’ lack of sovereignty does not equal lack of dignity
Hong Kong Free Press: 11 June 2020

The way forward for a ‘humbly listening’ Hong Kong gov’t: an inquiry and amnesty for both sides.
Hong Kong Free Press: 14 December 2019

It’s #MeToo and all of us: Hongkongers will not accept oppression, subjugation or sexual violence
Hong Kong Free Press: 26 September 2019

What is White Terror? The slipping of norms in Hong Kong’s flawed democracy.
Hong Kong Free Press: 2 September 2019

Hong Kong’s last stand? A gallant battle in the face of unspeakable sacrifice and overwhelming odds.
Hong Kong Free Press: 19 August 2019

Hong Kong’s third generation of democracy fighters are not just rioters, they are last line of resistance.
Hong Kong Free Press: 28 July 2019

Being polite and respectful is not an indicator of how worthy Hongkongers’ causes are.
Hong Kong Free Press: 8 July 2019

July 1, 1997: When six million Hongkongers were handed over by their colonists to a totalitarian regime.
Hong Kong Free Press: 1 July 2019

Unelected Carrie Lam compares Hongkongers to children as a tactic to disenfranchise.
Hong Kong Free Press: 23 June 2019.

McKinsey Point.
Animal: A Beast of a Literature Magazine: May 2019

Taipei, Taiwan
Wanderlust Journal: Nov 19, 2018

Becoming a Chinese Mother
Kimchi for Life: 2014

“Glutter” Blog

Between 2003 to 2007 Yan’s blog “Glutter” was one of the most widely read English blogs in Hong Kong with both a local and an international audience. The site was banned in China in 2004, and was nominated for a free speech award by Reporters Without Borders in 2005.

I Kept My Promise to Those Who Died
Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents
Reporters Without Borders: 2005 

Women Not Allowed and Girls Not Wanted
Popmatters: 07 Sep 2004

Why Just a Free Tibet? How About a Free China?
Popmatters: 20 Jul 2004

At the Heart of the Smiley Face
PopMatters: 15 June 2004

Born and Banned in China
Popmatters: 11 May 2004

Live Fast, Die Young. A night with the Street Racers
BC Magazine: Feb 01, 2004

Days in the DotCom Bubble
Net Slaves: March 2003 

Afternoon Tea with the Tai Tais” (Advice Column), Feb 1997 – April 1998

Weekly Ten Hong Kong Trends. Jan – Dec 1996

Last Week in the Clubs Jan – Dec 1996

Weekly Horoscopes Jan – Dec 1996

Mid-Autumn Festival Memories. June 10. 1996

Everything You Need to Know About the Leonid Meteor Showers
hongkong,com: Nov 10 1996

Ten Things to Do If You’re Trying to Avoid Valentines Day.
hongkong,com: Feb 10 1996

The Raver Personality Guide
XLR8R: Mar/April 1995

“Calling the Shots on CD.” 
SCMP: Feb 21, 1993. 
(My first ever published article -on Interactive CDs for consoles.) 


At All Costs
#MadeofWaterHK: Nov 2019 

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