Monica Ong and Wo Chan Get “So Fukien Poetic”

Monica Ong and Wo Chan are two poets whose work focuses on the intersection of social and personal issues, such as health and sexuality, with culture in Asian communities. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson attended their collaborative poetry reading event at Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop and brings you the story.

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