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Published on: July 9, 2015
The Garbage Man Who Would Be King

The graffiti of Tsang Tsou-choi, the “The King of Kowloon”, testifies to memory in a time of forgetting and particularity in an age of abstraction.

Matthew Schmitz is deputy editor of First Things.
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