Morgan Chua, author of Tiananmen: 25th Anniversary Edition, is a Singapore-born cartoonist who started drawing for the Singapore Herald in 1970. When the paper was closed down by the government in 1971, Chua moved to Hong Kong and joined The Asian for nine months. He then joined the prestigious Far Eastern Economic Review as an editorial artist and over 24 years rose to creative director. At FEER, he was known for his incisive single-panel political cartoons and for arresting and provocative magazine cover choices. He has also drawn cartoons for Hong Kong’s Next Magazine and Apple Daily. Chua’s publications include Tiananmen (1989), My Singapore (2000, 2008), Diversity Singapore: A Cartoon History of Immigration (2010) and In Memory of Madam Kwa Geok Choo 1920-2010 (2011). Most recently, Chua illustrated 50 Stories from My Life, former Singapore President S.R. Nathan’s collection of episodes and insights from his personal and official lives.
Robert P. Millon
Rober P. Millon has taught in the history departments of Louisiana State University and at Oregon State University. In the mid-1970s he helped organize the Vicente Lombardo Toledano papers into an
Rajinder Azad was born on December 4, 1986 in a small village called Herian in the district of Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar, Punjab. In 2006, he went to Australia to study community welfare and there
Mahdi Amel (1936–1987; given name Hassan Hamdan) was a professor at the Lebanese University and a central committee member of Lebanon’s Communist Party (LCP). He was a prominent theoretician of
Sarmistha Dutta Gupta
Sarmistha Dutta Gupta, publisher of Ebong Alap books and an independent researcher, has also written Identities and Histories: Women's Writing and politics in Bengal (Stree, 2010).
John Harriss is Professor of International Studies at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. He has been a visiting researcher at the Madras Institute of Development Studies and has published
Nathaniel Roberts is Research Fellow at the Centre for Modern Indian Studies, University of Göttingen.