- Provincia / Estado / Departamento: La Habana
- País: Cuba
- Anunciado desde: 16 septiembre, 2019 3:28 pm
- Expira el: 6 días, 21 horas
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She has published eight Chinese books and two English novels. Her English debut, Lili A Novel of Tiananmen, (June 2001 Pantheon Books) published internationally to critical acclaims. A multi layered novel, Lili, is a story of a «bad girl’s» maturation and adventure in the Post Mao Era leading up the Tiananmen Student Movement in 1989. Her most recent English novel, The People’s Republic of Desire (Harper Collins 2006) is a hilarious satire and an insightful portrait of China’s MTV generation, urban women, and cross cultural relationships. It has been hailed as a cross between Sex and the City and Joy Luck Club. A child prodigy in her native China, Annie Wang studied mass communications at UC Berkeley and won the Berkeley Poetry Contest in 1996 with two poems, «Speaking to Mao Tse tung, Tongue in cheek» and «A Woman from a Mountain Area». She has worked for high tech companies in Silicon Valley, and then served in the Washington Post’s Beijing bureau and the US State Department. In 2004, she returned to China and ran a fashion magazine in Shanghai. and China.
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