Lausan 流傘 is a collective of writers, researchers, activists and artists from Hong Kong and its diasporas. Learn more about us.
This is a partial list of our members. To get in touch, click here.
Alex Yun is a photographer, podcast producer and writer currently residing in Hong Kong. She is one of the co-founders of the Procyon Podcast Network, a podcast network dedicated to producing diverse and inclusive sci-fi.
Brian Hioe (丘琦欣) is one of the founding editors of New Bloom Magazine, a radical left publication founded in Taiwan in the wake of the 2014 Sunflower Movement. @brianhioe
Brian Ng is a poet and technologist, born and raised in Hong Kong.
Christina Yuen Zi Chung is a writer, translator, and PhD student researching the intersections of decolonial feminism and Hong Kong contemporary art at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Edward Hon-Sing Wong is a doctoral student in social work, a union activist, and the chair of Chinese Canadian National Council – Toronto Chapter, with a background in mental health and migrant justice work. @edwardhswong
Elis Lui is a writer and teacher, trained in ancient and religious history with a focus on gender and sexuality. Elsewhere, she edits poetry and works in religious formation in New York.
Ellie Tse creates interdisciplinary projects exploring visual and media cultures in transnational resistance. She is interested in feminist cultural production, critical spatial practice and the politics of script and sound across Sinophone con/texts.
LWH is an undergraduate student in the Boston area. She’s currently thinking about the intersection between public housing and identity formation in Hong Kong.
JS is a tech worker of the Hong Kong and Malaysian diaspora. He volunteers with the Tech Worker Coalition, an organization that tries to build worker power in the tech industry, and occasionally writes about tech and labor for Jacobin Magazine. @organizejs
JN Chien was born in Hong Kong, raised in Toronto, and is currently based in Los Angeles. His research involves Cold War transpacific history, US nuclear imperialisms, and the development of Chinese empire. @jnchien
Joy Ming King is currently an undergraduate student of social studies at Wesleyan University. Born and raised in Hong Kong with experience living in Canada, he is broadly interested in the study of capitalism, Chinese political economy, Hong Kong culture and politics, as well as migration and reproductive labor.
JP works on issues related to migration and detention. She is an occasional writer.
Kasie Lee is an attorney in San Francisco specializing in criminal law. She is the daughter of Hong Kong immigrants.
K. Ku is an art historian and curator based in New York. She was born and raised in Hong Kong.
Kevin Lin is an activist and researcher of China’s labor movement, working toward building international solidarity and co-editing the open-access Made in China Journal.
paperbridgeee is a Vancouver-born, Hong Kong-raised, New York-based artist and professional dilettante who organizes events ranging from performative tea parties to book shop order deliveries.
Promise Li has been active in tenant organizing and other anti-gentrification work in Los Angeles Chinatown and also in US socialist organizations like Solidarity and the DSA. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in English. @promiseli_
Rosemarie Ho (何晰璿) is a writer and fact-checker interested in literature’s relationship to the political. She was born and raised in Hong Kong. @rosemarieho_
Roxy Chang is a community organizer from Hong Kong currently based in New York City, committed to building environmental justice from the ground up and fighting for collective liberation.
Wen Liu is a queer Taiwanese writer based in New York City. She is Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at University at Albany, State University of New York, researching and teaching in the areas of queer theory, Asian diaspora, and critical psychology.
Wilfred Chan is a writer of the Hong Kong diaspora. In 2014 he covered the Umbrella Movement as a journalist. He is also the co-founder of Still / Loud, an independent arts and culture magazine in Hong Kong, and a contributor to ArtAsiaPacific. @wilfredchan
Yukiko Kobayashi Lui almost became a lawyer. She is interested in law, justice and the family in Hong Kong and beyond.