Chang Kuei-hsin 張貴興 Zhang Guixing
Kuei-hsin Chang is a Malaysian-Chinese author best known for a series of epic novels set in Borneo: Siren Song, The Clown Dynasty, Herds of Elephants, and The Primate Cup. Born in 1956 in Sarawak, Malaysia, Chang moved to Taiwan for university in 1976, and earned a degree in English from National Taiwan Normal University. His award-winning work has been the subject of extensive critical discussion in Taiwan, where he continues to live and work as a high school English teacher. (copied from Asymptote)
My South Seas Sleeping Beauty A Tale of Memory and Longing
March 31, 2007
Short story (1)
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