In what ways does rmativity produce possibilities and limitations for contemporary Chinese sexualities? What are the strategies of queer representation circulating in n-mainstream cultures in Hong Kong and China? The authors of the nine original and invative essays presented here take a fresh look on Chinese sexuality's complexities.
Yau Ching teaches at the Department of Cultural Studies at Lingnan University, Hong Kong. Known locally as a writer, filmmaker and cultural activist, she has authored five books in Chinese, including Sexing Shadows: a study of representation of gender and sexuality in Hong Kong Cinema (2005) and The Impossible Home (2000) (Hong Kong Literary Biennial Award For Chinese Literature Runner-Up), and a book in English, Filming Margins: Tang Shu Shuen, a Forgotten Hong Kong Woman Director (HKUP, 2004), and has edited Sexual Politics (2006). Her first feature documentary Diasporama: Dead Air won Silver Prize at Hong Kong Independent Film and Video Awards in 1997 and her first feature narrative Ho Yuk (Let's Love Hong Kong) won Critics' Grand Prize at Figueira da Foz International Film Festival, Portugal in 2002.