This is a cat that is from one of the houses on a street near mine. It is collared but has no name tag. Over 2 years now, I see this cat about once every couple of weeks, and each time it sees me it zooms up and meows for fuss and attention.
This photo does no justice to how big and fluffy it is.
I’ve wanted to do one of those “what’s in my bag” things for awhile now, so used sighs and red Sighs carries a lot of unnecessary things for “in case” situations Red just likes always having a snack of some sort with him.
Phantom Shanghai, with a foreword by William Gibson, is a portrait of Shanghai as the city transformed itself in the first years of the 21st Century. Preserved by a kind of benign neglect in the decades following Mao’s victory in 1949, Shanghai was directed to “catch up” in the 1990s. Phantom Shanghai is the record of the unique moment when the early 20th Century city was being demolished while the new Shanghai was being built in its rubble.
Published by Magenta Publishing for the Arts, 2007.