‘The China Expat in Exile’

Home was always like this, and although it has not improved, still it is not so depressing as I imagine; it is only my mood that has changed, because I am coming back to the country this time with no illusions.  —Lu Xun, My Old Home

An essay I wrote on straddling borders, real and imaginary, is currently posted in the magazine The World of Chinese. You can read it here.

 

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About Kaitlin Solimine

Kaitlin Solimine was raised in New Hampshire but has considered China a second home for the past two decades. She is the author of the award-winning forthcoming novel Empire of Glass and co-founder of Hippo Reads, a media start-up connecting academic insights with real world issues. She lives in Singapore.
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