I know how much it can change a life as it changed mine.
Chang was good at describing the details of the families in her novels, which allowed for her readers to understand the emotions of the characters and their situations.
Beijing: Zhongguo Hua qiao chu ban she.
One of Chang's most famous works, , has been adapted into stage performances by the in 1987, 2002, and 2005.
Although Hu was labelled a traitor for collaborating with the Japanese during , Chang continued to remain loyal to Hu.
A collection of her essays appeared as Written on Water Líu Yán in 1945.
I wanted to help with change and to introduce freeskiing to girls and kids in China, where the sport is only just taking off.
In 1967, Chang held a short-term job at.
In 1960s, Chang was constantly searching for new job opportunities, particularly ones that involved translating and writing screenplays.
Together with the re-examination of literary histories in the post- during the late 1970s and early 1980s, she rose again to literary prominence in , , , and the Chinese diaspora communities.
Chang eventually ran away to live with her mother and they stayed with her mother for nearly two years, until she went to university.
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