Did Britain colonize the wrong island? Did Chinese refugees come to the right place? And where can I get one of those cool Handover t-shirts?
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Short but oh so sweet
“Larry Feign's Hong Kong cartoons are a work of love. The characters are lovable and quirky, and I've learned more history from these than in most high school classes.”
I want more!
“Love his humour and with this one I actually learnt a bit of Hong Kong history!”
Another in a line of great books
“Larry Feign is a brilliant cartoonist who deserves global recognition. If you know Hong Kong you will like this.”
has been disappointing his mother, who still thinks he should be a doctor, since age seven, when his writing and cartoons first appeared in his primary school magazine.
Since then, his work has been featured in Time, The Economist, Fortune, and other publications around the world. He has directed animation for Disney and Cartoon Network, and received numerous awards and fellowships.
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THE 1997 HANDOVER WAS NO LAUGHING MATTER ... OR WAS IT?
I chronicled Hong Kong's last 100 days under British rule in a series of cartoons for the British press, as well as special cartoons for Time Magazine and others. They're all here, plus more, in this updated 20th Anniversary Edition of my now-classic book.
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“Feign has a piercing sense of irony and is genuinely laugh-out-loud funny.”
Nury Vittachi Far Eastern Economic Review
“Contains gratuitous cracks at po-faced pontifications on the territory.”
Geremie Barme The Australian
“I was furious!”
Allen Lee, HK politician, commenting on Lily Wong cartoons
(cited in The Last Governor by Jonathan Dimbleby)