Cyril Wong



By Christmas

I’d like to be gone by Christmas. Not due to sadness (nothing so trivial, even as she waves to me across time) but because I’m done. Or because I’ve no more agenda, nobody left to impress, nothing to do that …

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Complementarity

A monk told me about how Niels Bohr used Hokusai’s One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji to explain the notion of complementarity. The different lights … that only together did they give the full and impressive picture, the physicist was …

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Movie

Who knew we’d like the same movie, Lost in Translation? You brought the DVD (which, in the end, we never watched together) to the hotel room, along with cigarettes, tidbits, and other paraphernalia to heighten our play; barely stuffing the …

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Moses Iten reviews Paul Hardacre, Terry Jaensch and Cyril Wong

Love in the place of rats by Paul Hardacre transit lounge, 2007 Excess Baggage and Claim by Terry Jaensch and Cyril Wong transit lounge, 2007 Although Love in the place of rats and Excess Baggage and Claim – both published …

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Way Out

Cyril Wong is the author of three collections of poetry: Squatting Quietly, The End Of His Orbit and Below: Absence. He lives in Singapore.

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Landing

Cyril Wong is the author of three collections of poetry: Squatting Quietly, The End Of His Orbit and Below: Absence. He lives in Singapore.

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Part of a Discussion

Cyril Wong is the author of three collections of poetry: Squatting Quietly, The End Of His Orbit and Below: Absence. He lives in Singapore.

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