At the Night Market feat. Incensed by Ed Lin

Tue, Oct 11, 2016 @ 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Tickets (includes food/beverage, museum admission, and a copy of Incensed): $36; $25 for MOCA Members

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“Readers will be as caught up in Lin’s rich descriptions of Taiwan’s sights, sounds, and mouthwatering foods as they are in his intriguing characters.” ~ Publishers Weekly
 

In celebration of Ed Lin’s latest book, Incensed, set in a Taipei Night Market during Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, please join us for an evening of Taiwanese street snacks (小吃) , book signing, and exhibition viewing of Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy: Stories of Chinese Food in America.
 

 

 

About Incensed
The sequel to Ed Lin’s 2014 mystery novel, Ghost Month, Incensed is set during Taiwan’s Mid-Autumn Moon Festival—also known as Chinese Thanksgiving. Jing-nan, a young food vendor in a busy night market is called upon his gangster uncle Big Eye for a big favor. Jing-nan must bring Big Eye’s daughter Mei-ling to Taipei away from bad influences. It doesn’t take Jing-nan long to discover that this is no easy task.


About Ed Lin
Ed Lin is a journalist by training and an all-around stand-up kinda guy. He’s the author of several books: Waylaid, his literary debut, his Robert Chow crime series, set in 1970s Manhattan Chinatown: This Is a Bust, Snakes Can’t Run, and One Red Bastard, and Ghost Month. Lin, who is of Taiwanese and Chinese descent, is the first author to win three Asian American Literary Awards. Lin lives in New York with his wife, actress Cindy Cheung.