Mishi Saran was born in India and spent the first ten years of her life in New Delhi. Since then, she has lived in Switzerland, Indonesia, the United States, China, Hong Kong and Korea. She is currently working on her third book, a novel, set in Shanghai in the 1930s.
- BEFORE OCT 1, 1949Can Hong Kong’s fighting spirit endure? An answer might lie in China’s own Communist historyQuartz • September 20, 2019
- TEN YEARSHong Kong’s “orphans” find their battle cry in an independent film turned box-office hitQuartz • March 2, 2016
- A house for Mr. Tata: An old Shanghai taleQuartz India • May 15, 2015