Naked Punch Review Issue 15
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Featuring an interview with Simon Critchley and articles by Alia Mossalam, Vijay Prashad

Interview of a Greek Rebel

by Interviewee: Anonymous; I...

  Anonymous: Philosophy Student, Male, 32     Are you an anarchist?     I am not an anarchist, but I am an educated person who won’t take it anymore. The anarchis...

Interview of a Greek Rebel II

by Interviewee: Anonymous; ...

  Are you an anarchist?   No. Don’t be addicted to words; some people have an addiction to words because they need to belong somewhere. Some people see being an anarchist as a &ld...

Revolution in Egypt: Beyond the "Alternative"

by Alia Mossallam

  Perhaps the most difficult, most nagging question that haunts us at the brink of an uprising, is the question of the alternative. We yearn for an alternative world, yet in the fear of not ha...

On Philosophers, Violence, Humour & Tragedy

by Simon Critchley

Simon Critchley Interviewed by Qalandar Bux Memon and Asif Akhtar (Portrait by Luca Del Baldo)   Part One    (Interview conducted June 2011) Part One: The Role of Philosophers, Vi...

Hong Kong's Generation (Re) Generation

by Stephanie Bailey

  Art in Hong Kong has never had it so good. Aside from being the 3rd largest art market in the world after London and New York in terms of auction sales, complete with Christie’s, Sotheby...

From Fo Tan To Fotanian

by Lam Tung-Pang

In 2001, a fire took away one of the five studios in the Department of Art in the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). The art students had to cram into the four remaining studios to create ...

Leung Chi Wo & Jeffrey Shaw

by A conversation between Le...

  Leung Chi Wo (LCW): You are the only practising artist with international recognition currently holding the position of Dean in a university in Hong Kong: the last time this happened was 20 ...

The Osage Vision in the Words of Agnes Lin

by Stephanie Bailey

    Agnes Lin is a merchandising magnate who grew up in Hong Kong. Starting out as an editorial assistant at the Hong Kong Trade Development Council she moved from merchandising for Swir...

Baghdad and the Emergence of the New World Order, 1990 - 2003

by Vijay Prashad

   Article by Vijay Prashad -  “All these developments intend not only to destroy Iraq, but to eliminate the role of the Soviet Union so the United States can control th...

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