"We make books in an expanded field"
Badlands, September 30, 2014

Badlands has put together a reading list in support of the ongoing street protests in Hong Kong.A mix of history, political theory, poetry, and art, these are the books and zines we recommend you read as this political revolt in China unfolds.

1. Limited Views: Essays on Ideas and Letters by Zhongshu Qian (Harvard, 1998)
2. The Gate of Heavenly Peace: The Chinese and Their Revolution by Jonathan Spence (Penguin, 1982)
3. The King of Kowloon: The Art of Tsang Tsou Choi by Hou Hanru, David Spalding, Hans Ulrich Obrist (Damiani, 2014)
4. Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics by Yasheng Huang (Cambridge 2008)
5. Classical Chinese Poetry: An Anthology more... by David Hinton (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2010)

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