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The Wreckoning

Half a month’s worth in one just night: flash torrent chaos rains, freefall-bomber hits the skids…rainy, rainy skies, up since just gone three, realigning smooth riversides, knee deep down in autumn sludge… 160 more words

Poetry

Dialogue with Director Chan Ping-chiu

Dialogue with Chan Ping-chiu, writer and director of Waking Dreams in 1984.

Produced by Briony Lin Shuangshuang and Yang Yuqing

Briony Lin

Hong Kong play seeks to enlighten audience about the Umbrella Movement

January 7, Published on Coconuts Hong Kong

What’s the legacy of Umbrella Movement? It’s a question many have asked since the protesters ceased to occupy Hong Kong’s streets over a year ago. 505 more words

News And Features

Book 1, Sutra 38: Patanjali's Yoga Sutra

“OR THE MIND CAN BE STEADIED BY FOCUSING ON KNOWLEDGE OR EXPERIENCE GAINED WHILE SLEEPING.”

Patanjali listed the obstacles that can create distraction in the mind of the yogic practitioner in sutras 30-31. 200 more words

Patanjali's Yoga Sutras

Darkest Dreams

The young woman’s scream of terror filled the darkened house. The moon, its pale, haunting light seeping into the shadowy bedroom, stood guard outside the once joy-filled chamber that had so recently been transformed into a gloomy prison. 385 more words

Writing

No Reality

It’s strange,
How I feel uneasy
When you settle into me
So easily…
It’s such a paradox,
I know
There is no reality
When I feel like, “We”. 19 more words

Poetry