Justin Tse led the editing on the book "Theological Reflections on the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement" (Palgrave, 2016). He is currently working on a book manuscript titled “The Secular in a Sheet of Scattered Sand: Cantonese Protestants and Postsecular Publics on the Pacific Rim” (in preliminary agreement, University of Notre Dame Press). He is also known to go out of his way to get good Chinese food and enjoys watching bad movies that don’t require much thought.

蒙上眼睛,就以爲看不見 Repress your eyes, so you thought you couldn’t see it
My Aunties and Uncles Taught Me to Feel The World
By Justin Tse

The point of a public health crisis is that, like the wound of history, we are forced to pay attention to our bodies and what they feel. Doing so may save our lives as well as those around us.

Getting Off the Fence
How Eastern Catholicism Got me Intellectually Unstuck Through Hong Kong’s Occupy Protest
By Justin Tse

I became Eastern Catholic because I was a bad intellectual. And I wanted to become a better one. I did not know that my intellect was in such bad shape until I finished my doctorate. Professionally, I have a Ph.D. in geography. My dissertation is on Cantonese-speaking Protestants and how they engage with politics and social issues.