The Stories of Post Hong Kong

Call for Papers from in God’s image (iGi) of Asian Women’s Resource Centre for Culture and Theology, 2022 June Country Issue

Greetings to All,

On behalf of the local editorial board for in God’s image (iGi)’s 2022 June Country Issue – Hong Kong, I would like to invite interested parties to share your piece of intelligence, insight and creativity concerning the anecdotes of Post Hong Kong. It is such a rare opportunity to put the stories of Hong Kong after 2019 under the international limelight. It not only allows people around the world to catch a glimpse at the city’s transformation and the current issues, but it also has our collective memories preserved, which the later generations will succeed and inherit.

Contents could revolve around Hong Kong’s society, politics, culture, and the resilient survivors as resistance. The works, which could appear in the forms of article, story, book review, interview, sociological analysis and the like, are suggested to be written through the perspectives of theology, sociology, gender studies, feminist criticism, or any other approaches that you find intriguing and worth adopting. We also welcome art pieces including illustrations, photos, poems, and prayers as long as fitting into the theme of this issue.

About the Journal

iGi provides Asian women with a platform for sharing their experiences of struggle, achievement, reflections, dreams and aspirations. It started as a quarterly journal but has turned into a half-yearly journal since 2010. For more information and details, please refer to

Submission Process

Authors are invited to submit a full paper. Articles should be between 1000-4000 words in length. The formatting guidelines are here: Author Guidelines 

Full articles or graphics should be sent to Chief Editor:

Professor Christina Wai-Yin WONG
Divinity School of Chung Chi College, CUHK


Key Dates of Submission

Submissions Open: Immediately

Submissions Deadline: Jan 31, 2022

Thank you for your interest and consideration. Please feel free to contact us at any time should you have any inquiries.

With Warm Regards,
Chloe Au-Yeung

Call for Papers- 2022 June iGi

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