“Ng, [whose] Hong Kong trilogy maps the city’s postcolonial history, has achieved prominence as an activist.” —Bergen International Literary Festival


Book launch of Masking the City, 2020 anthology by Hong Kong Writers Circle, at Hong Kong International Literary Festival
Story: “The Visits”
Venue: Fringe Club, Central
Date: 11 November

Re-appointed to Board of Advisors of Hong Kong Baptist University’s International Writers’ Workshop (IWW)
Date: June

Panel discussion organized by PEN Hong Kong and Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
Title: “Zooming in Hong Kong” moderated by Tammy Ho
Date: 11 April

Guest lecturer at Department of English, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Topic: “Literature and Human Rights” with professor Eli Park Sorsensen
Venue: Zoom
Date: 23 March

Commencement of spring semester at Faculty of Law of University of Hong Kong, LLM program
Course: International Securities Law
Venue: Zoom
Dates: 6 March - 24 April

Panel judge for 2020 Human Rights Press Awards
Date: March

Speaking on a panel at the Bergen International Literary Festival with fellow Hong Kong writer Antony Dapiran

Featured author at Norway’s 2020 Bergen International Literary Festival
Panels moderated by Kjersti Løken Stavrum and professor Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde
Venue: Bergen, Norway
Dates: 6 - 8 February

Judge for 2020 WYNG Philomathia Student Essay Contest
Date: February

Release of Hong Kong No es Ciudad para Lentos, Spanish translation of No City for Slow Men 
Publisher: Planeta de Libros
Translators: Juan Gabriel López Guix, Maialen Marin Lacarta
Date: 16 January

Guest speaker at Department of Anthropology, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Course: “Culture of Hong Kong” with professor Gordon Matthews
Venue: Zoom
Dates: 28 October, 10 November, 2 December

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