From left: sci-fi authors Hao Jingfang, Xia Jia and Regina Wang. Photo K.Y. Cheng

Science fiction’s new golden age in China, what it says about social evolution and the future, and the stories writers want world to see

Recent Hugo Awards for Liu Cixin and Hao Jingfang have shone spotlight on new generation of Chinese sci-fi writers; we talked to some about their hopes and the deeper meaning of their works at a recent Hong Kong conference

Topic |   Chinese authors

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From left: sci-fi authors Hao Jingfang, Xia Jia and Regina Wang. Photo K.Y. Cheng
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Rachel Cheung

Rachel Cheung

Rachel Cheung is a culture reporter at the Post. She graduated from Chinese University of Hong Kong with a degree in journalism and communication, and joined the Post in 2016.