What Chinese readers consume diverges from what is translated into English. Writers of ordinary life are often left untranslated—until now.
Angie Chau is assistant professor of Chinese studies at the University of Victoria. She has published articles on modern Chinese literature, art, film, and internet culture, and her research interests include contemporary Chinese literature, popular culture, visual art, and translation. Her work has appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, Concentric, and Chinese Literature Today, and various edited volumes.