Hong Kong-born writer Kit Fan, author of Diamond Hill. Photo: Hugh Haughton Hong Kong-born writer Kit Fan, author of Diamond Hill. Photo: Hugh Haughton
Hong Kong-born writer Kit Fan, author of Diamond Hill. Photo: Hugh Haughton
Hong Kong

In Kit Fan’s Diamond Hill, Buddha is an addict and the future is uncertain

  • In his first novel, the poet takes inspiration from his Hong Kong childhood and the transitional days after the Sino-British Joint Declaration
  • ‘I want readers to remember there was a moment when it signed off Hong Kong to China. You have to ask yourself – what happens if your mother decides to give you up?’

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Hong Kong-born writer Kit Fan, author of Diamond Hill. Photo: Hugh Haughton Hong Kong-born writer Kit Fan, author of Diamond Hill. Photo: Hugh Haughton
Hong Kong-born writer Kit Fan, author of Diamond Hill. Photo: Hugh Haughton
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