Brian Hioe

China’s Ban On Online LGBTQ Content Likely A Product Of Nationalism

China's recent ban on all online video and audio content regarding LGBTQ issues is perhaps unsurprising, seeing as this follows on the heels of a ban on depictions of homosexuality on television. But perhaps the ultimate reason for crackdowns on LGBTQ representation in Chinese media has to do with current attempts by the Chinese government to fan up nationalism within China... Read More

苦勞網的惡性親中與左統在政治上的破產

苦勞網最近刊登的一篇香港教育大學語言學及現代語言系講師鄧健苓的文章,讓苦勞網再也不能被視為報導台灣社會運動的左翼刊物,而是徹頭徹尾的中國民族主義左統刊物。苦勞網也因這篇醜態百出的親中文章而飽受抨擊。那麼,我們就來分析一下鄧健苓的文章,看看左統對香港、台灣和中國產生了多麼嚴重的幻想症狀,貫串這篇文章的邏輯,根本上是披著左翼外衣的中國民族主義。鄧文關注的是不久前香港主權移交二十周年。在鄧健苓看來,這在一切意義上都應當被歌頌,香港從西方帝國主義──她眼中一個如漫畫中邪惡魔頭般的存在──回歸「社會主義祖國」的懷抱,但這個高度理想化的玫瑰色中國,卻只存在於她和其他左統人士的想像之中。... Read More
Brian Hioe

Brian Hioe

Editor

Brian Hioe was one of the founding editors of New Bloom. He is a freelance writer on social movements and politics, occasional translator, and currently a Democracy and Human Rights Service Fellow at the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy. A New York native and Taiwanese-American, he has an MA in East Asian Languages and Cultures from Columbia University and graduated from New York University with majors in History, East Asian Studies, and English Literature.

丘琦欣,創建破土的編輯之一,專於撰寫社會運動和政治的自由作家偶而亦從事翻譯工作。他是出生於紐約的台裔美人。他自哥倫比亞大學畢業,是亞洲語言及文化科系的碩士,同時擁有紐約大學的歷史,東亞研究及英文文學三項學士學位。