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[*] ──. (2020). Red Zones: Criminal Law and the Territorial Governance of Marginalized People. By Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Nicholas Blomley, and Céline Bellot (2020). Hong Kong Free Press.
This is not numbered because it is not a traditional book review in academic journals. But this is an attempt to translate and apply the knowledge I understood from this book to analyse the situation in Hong Kong. [Original Version] [Chinese Translation]
 ──. (2020). The Power of Place: Contentious Politics in Twentieth-Century Shanghai and Bombay. By Mark W. Frazier (2019). Urban Geography. [DOI] [Free access to published version] [Archived Manuscript]
 ──. (2019). Pseudo-public Space in Chinese Shopping Malls: Rise, Publicness and Consequences. By Yiming Wang (2019). Eurasian Geography and Economics. [DOI] [Free access to published version] [Archived Manuscript]
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 ──. (2020, 9 October). Land injustice: Micro-actions and mega-projects. Hong Kong Insights, Hong Kong Studies Association (UK-based). [Link]
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