- Title Pages
- Chapter One Introduction to the Work of Evans Chan
- Chapter Two The Film Essay and Political Discourse in Evans Chan’s <i>To Liv(e)</i>
- Chapter Three <i>Crossings</i>
- Chapter Four Homelessness and Self-Disclosure
- Chapter Five “Absurd Connections,” or Cosmopolitan Conviviality in <i>The Map of Sex and Love</i>
- Chapter Six Issues of Decolonization
- Chapter Seven Brecht in Hong Kong
- Chapter Eight Sound and Vision
- Chapter Nine Global Aches
- Chapter Ten An Interview with Evans Chan
- Selected Bibliography
- Postcolonialism, Diaspora, and Alternative Histories
- Hong Kong University Press
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