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Amy Ng is an Australia-born British-Hong Kong playwright. Her play Acceptance ran at Hampstead Theatre in March 2018. Her debut play Shangri-La premiered at the Finborough Theatre in July 2016. She is under commission to the Royal Shakespeare Company, Belgrade Theatre Coventry, iceandfire theatre company, Yellow Earth Theatre, and feminist theatre company Dangerous Space. Tiger Girls, a 45 minute radio play, will be broadcast 17 July 2018 on Radio 4. Kilburn Passion, a monologue performed by Daniel Mays, was first broadcast on 15 June 2017 on Radio 3. She was recently named to the BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017. Amy is also a historian with a research interest in multinational empires, imperial decline, and nationality conflict, and is the author of Nationalism and Political Liberty (Oxford University Press). Amy was educated at Yale University and at Balliol College, Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She graduated with a D. Phil in Modern History.