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Chinatown

I have been spending a lot of time in the garden.

It is surprisingly large despite being confined to an area smaller than a quarter of a city block. Its corridors encircle a central courtyard where a pavilion with a more »

when i left 婆婆’s place

the sky was drooling like an infant  cutting her first tooth  a pink mess of sunset  and saliva  and tender throbbing warmth. the train cried as it hurtled the 27 minutes from seawall to sleepy more »

alliterasian

The long May evening was tapering to a close when the five speakers took to the front of the gallery at Centre A before a crowd of eager listeners. Crecien Bencio, Carolyn Nakagawa, Jackie Wong, C.E. Gatchalian, and Rita Wong more »

Burning eyes,
open wide—
I could be you too,
despite the tears
and eyes as dry
as a seahorse
on an apothecary table
underneath
the Chinatown sky.


David Ly is a writer, poet, Master of Publishing student at SFU, and more »

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