The Right to Remember: Struggles of Chinese Netizens during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Article by Jenny Zheng Abstract Since the government of China controls the society in every aspect, it has put great effort in rewriting history through propaganda and censorship while facing the crisis during the COVID-19 lockdown. Known as the person who blew the whistle, Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist at Wuhan …

劇場如何述真 —以米洛.勞《重述:街角的兇殺案》為例

Article by 應修平(Grace S. P. YING) Abstract The Repetition Histoire(s) du théâtre (I) is the first work of Milo Rau’s series of “historical theatre” complying with his Ghent Manifesto and premiered at the Festival D’avignon in 2018. The story is based on an actual homicide case. The victim was Ihsane …

Thinking Infrastructures in Jokowi Regimes: Private Investment for Infrastructures

Article by Jonathan S. Parhusip In thinking infrastructures, the paper examines infrastructural development policies as a set of infrastructures that “binds” us and rethinks a broad range of phenomena that infrastructures bring to us. The article offers a critical analysis and reassessment of modern logistics and infrastructure projects in Jokowi’s …