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  • The Great Life of Huang Xiang

    My name is Huang Xiang. I was born in 1941 on December 26 in Wugang in Guidong county Hunan province. My father was a general. I was raised by my paternal grandparents. China was so was […]


  • Letter to City of Asylum/Pittsburgh

    Translated by Michelle Yeh Before the Tiananmen Massacre took place on June 4, 1989, I had been engaged in literary activities at five universities in Beijing. In 1987, I was charged with “disturbing peace of society” […]


  • A Lifetime is a Promise to Keep

    translated by Michelle Yeh The First Intimation A tree appears in February. God knows how many trees there are in the world that look just like it, but for me there is only one. It flashes […]