JENNIFER CHING was brought up and for the most part schooled in Hong Kong. She spent three years in London at fashion school, followed by a year working for a dotcom company, writing to user communities online. Jennifer spends most of her spare time traveling, sharing a drink with friends, or reading. Her favorite writers include David Mitchell, Aaron Sorkin and Agatha Christie. She lives in Hong Kong and works for a large American broadcast network.
"A Painted Moment" (2010), Jennifer Ching's first novel, is a story of friends, forgiveness and the paths we walk in life.
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A Painted Moment by Jennifer Ching
"The main themes of the novel are self-growth and friendship. Ching has painstakingly illustrated the inevitable moment of self-independence pressing upon us in due time." — Flora Mak, in Cha: An Asian literary Journal, Issue 12, September 2010.
"In the work of Jennifer Ching, Hong Kong has found a new and welcome voice in fiction. And, as one among the many worlds well-chosen words create, A Painted Moment is a slender, but significant, novel. In it, the sum total of human experience pushes forward a fraction, inclining immeasurably (if perceptibly) towards the light. There is growth, there is being, there will be a tomorrow. I look forward to Ms Ching's next novel unreservedly." — Stuart Christie, HKADC Examiner
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A Painted Moment
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