In Kit Fan’s Diamond Hill, Buddha is an addict and the future is uncertain

//In Kit Fan’s Diamond Hill, Buddha is an addict and the future is uncertain

In Kit Fan’s Diamond Hill, Buddha is an addict and the future is uncertain

Diamond Hill by Kit Fan, Dialogue BooksIf you have been to Diamond Hill, in east Kowloon, the chances are it was to visit the Chi Lin Nunnery. That Buddhist temple, rebuilt in the 1990s in Tang-dynasty style, is the district’s star attraction. Decades earlier, however, the stars were human: Diamond Hill had a film studio where Bruce Lee, among others, learned his trade. It also had a large squatter settlement, which was jointly dismantled by both the British and postcolonial governments. The…

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