Jun Yi Wong
Jun Yi Wong is a PhD candidate in Egyptology at the University of Toronto. He has been involved in archaeological projects in Egypt, Malaysia, and the United Kingdom.
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Christie’s association with Egypt lives on long after the golden ages of detective fiction and Egyptomania. The SS Sudan, which still cruises the Nile, has cabins named after Agatha Christie and Hercule Poirot. The proprietors of both the Old Cataract Hotel and the Winter Palace claim them to be the site where “Death on the Nile” was written. At Luxor and Aswan, the tour guides’ references to the Queen of Crime are met with nods of recognition.