Jason Eng Hun Lee (b. 1984) is a poet and scholar of mixed British and Malaysian-Chinese ancestry whose research and practice fields encompass global anglophone literatures, postcolonial and diasporic Asian writing, and global Shakespeares. His debut poetry collection Beds in the East (2019) was a finalist for the Melita Hume Prize and HKU Poetry Prize. He is a Literary Editor for Postcolonial Text and current chief curator for the poetry collective OutLoud HK. He lectures at Hong Kong Baptist University.