Contemporary Women Writers: Hong Kong and Taiwan
Edited by Eva Hung
xii + 131 pages
A ground-breaking collection featuring a sparkling array of stories from seven of Hong Kong and Taiwan's leading women writers. Writing from two Chinese experiences, the authors provide a glimpse of changing attitudes and social structures in dealing with topics such as abortion, runaway wives, family and female sexuality.
These stories provide ample evidence as to why women writers hold such a prominent position in the contemporary Chinese literary world.