British Journal of Chinese Studies

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Vol 12 No 1 (2022)
Essays

British Chinese or British ESEA? Articulating Creativity and Care across Scales and Disciplines

Anna Lora-Wainwright
University of Oxford
Leon Wainwright
Open University
Shona Loong
Independent scholar
image of tank with submerged food stuff
Published January 22, 2022
How to Cite
Lora-Wainwright, A., Wainwright, L., & Loong, S. (2022). British Chinese or British ESEA? Articulating Creativity and Care across Scales and Disciplines. British Journal of Chinese Studies, 12(1), 138-142. https://doi.org/10.51661/bjocs.v12i1.168

Abstract

This position paper advocates for more scholarship on British Chinese and ESEA communities in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. It briefly outlines our vision for future research in relation to visual arts and other forms of creativity but also presents some thoughts that could inspire new research directions for scholars with other disciplinary backgrounds and interests.

Image: Yeu-Lai Mo, Foodscape: Tank 3, 2000, lard, hundred-year-old eggs (preserved duck eggs), water, seaweed, lily bulbs, fine vermicelli noodles. Image used with permission.

Keywords
  • British Chinese,
  • British ESEA,
  • visual arts,
  • creativity,
  • care
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