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In Translation Online Special
Written by QIU MAOJIN, translated from the Chinese by BONNIE HUIE.
Notes of a Crocodile is not a book that shows teenagers how to live a straight life, in any sense of the term. And yet it is intended to be a survival manual for teenagers, for a certain age when reading the right book can save your life…Continue Reading →
INTERVIEW with the editors of Manoa
BY KEN RODGERS
The Hawaiian word ‘mãnoa’means “vast and deep,” and is a literal description of the lush green valley on O‘ahu that is home to a unique bi-annual publication of the same name…Continue Reading →
TRANSLATING A CLASSIC
Most people in Japan can reach back to their school days to unhesitatingly recite the famous opening lines of the thousand-year-old classic known in English as The Pillow Book. The sounds roll off the tongue like poetry…Continue Reading →