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Zhai Yongming (born 1955) is a Chinese poet, essayist and screenwriter from Chengdu, in the southwest Sichuan Province. Born during the Maoist era, Zhai was forcibly sent away for two years to do manual labor in the countryside as part of the Cultural Revolution, eventually returning to Chengdu to work as a poet. Her poems began getting published in 1981, but her rise to critical acclaim came with the release of her poem cycle 'Woman' (published between 1984 and 1986), featuring one of the first instances of a socially-aware woman expressing her societal perspectives in Chinese literature. She has been marked by scholars as a foundational Chinese feminist poet, being the first to explore elements of gender and feminine identity beyond the scope of the male-oriented gaze; 'Women' has even b

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  • 翟永明(1955年-),祖籍河南,生于四川成都,中国当代的女诗人。他的第一任丈夫是画家何多苓,第二任丈夫是艺术家徐冰。
  • Zhai Yongming (born 1955) is a Chinese poet, essayist and screenwriter from Chengdu, in the southwest Sichuan Province. Born during the Maoist era, Zhai was forcibly sent away for two years to do manual labor in the countryside as part of the Cultural Revolution, eventually returning to Chengdu to work as a poet. Her poems began getting published in 1981, but her rise to critical acclaim came with the release of her poem cycle 'Woman' (published between 1984 and 1986), featuring one of the first instances of a socially-aware woman expressing her societal perspectives in Chinese literature. She has been marked by scholars as a foundational Chinese feminist poet, being the first to explore elements of gender and feminine identity beyond the scope of the male-oriented gaze; 'Women' has even b
  • Zhai Yongming, född 1955 i Chengdu, Sichuan är en kinesisk poet. Liksom många andra ungdomar skickades hon under kulturrevolutionen ut på landsbygden för "omskolning". När hon återvände till sin hemprovins 1976 började hon skriva poesi och utbildade sig inom telekommunikation.
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  • Zhai Yongming (born 1955) is a Chinese poet, essayist and screenwriter from Chengdu, in the southwest Sichuan Province. Born during the Maoist era, Zhai was forcibly sent away for two years to do manual labor in the countryside as part of the Cultural Revolution, eventually returning to Chengdu to work as a poet. Her poems began getting published in 1981, but her rise to critical acclaim came with the release of her poem cycle 'Woman' (published between 1984 and 1986), featuring one of the first instances of a socially-aware woman expressing her societal perspectives in Chinese literature. She has been marked by scholars as a foundational Chinese feminist poet, being the first to explore elements of gender and feminine identity beyond the scope of the male-oriented gaze; 'Women' has even been appointed as the starting point for the subsequent 'Black Tornado' era of confessional Chinese women writers. Among her most notable works include poetry works are 'Jing'an Village (1985),' 'Plain Songs in the Dark Night (1997),' 'Collected Poems by Zhai Yongming (1994),' 'The Most Tactful Words (2009),' and 'Roaming the Fuchun Mountains with Huang Gongwang (2015).' Though she was born during the Cultural Revolution's era of 'Misty Poets (朦胧诗人)' writers, scholars tentatively agree that she belongs to the succeeding 'Newborn Generation (xinsheng dai 新生代)' poets as she had pushed their literary style further. Zhai lived in the United States briefly from 1990 to 1992, and later in her career she opened a bar in Chengdu called White Nights, which became a well-known hub for artists to congregate at during cultural festivals. She often travels between Chengdu, Europe and the United States for international conferences and poetry festivals. Zhai has screenwriter credits through co-writing with filmmaker Jia Zhangke on his movie 24 City, and is a co-founder of Wings, a Chinese feminist poetry journal.
  • Zhai Yongming, född 1955 i Chengdu, Sichuan är en kinesisk poet. Liksom många andra ungdomar skickades hon under kulturrevolutionen ut på landsbygden för "omskolning". När hon återvände till sin hemprovins 1976 började hon skriva poesi och utbildade sig inom telekommunikation. Zhai Yongming publicerade sina första dikter 1981 och är mest känd för diktsviten Kvinna (1984) där hon genom att förena mytiska motiv som yin med det personliga försöker definiera den universella kvinnligheten. Hon har medverkat vid flera internationella författarkonferenser och poesifestivaler och bodde under åren 1990-1992 i USA.
  • 翟永明(1955年-),祖籍河南,生于四川成都,中国当代的女诗人。他的第一任丈夫是画家何多苓,第二任丈夫是艺术家徐冰。
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