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Zhong Xiaoyang is a modern Hong Kong writer currently residing in Australia. Zhong Xiaoyang was born in Guangzhou, China in 1962. Her father was an Indonesian doctor of Chinese descent, while her mother was from Shenyang, China. The family moved to Hong Kong when Zhong was five months old. There, she attended Maryknoll Girls' School in Hong Kong and then came to America to study film at University of Michigan. After graduating, she returned to Hong Kong in 1986. In 1993, she moved to Sydney, Australia. Her writing combines elements of classical Chinese writing and Western influences; she also has been strongly influenced by the writing of Eileen Chang.

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  • Zhong Xiaoyang is a modern Hong Kong writer currently residing in Australia. Zhong Xiaoyang was born in Guangzhou, China in 1962. Her father was an Indonesian doctor of Chinese descent, while her mother was from Shenyang, China. The family moved to Hong Kong when Zhong was five months old. There, she attended Maryknoll Girls' School in Hong Kong and then came to America to study film at University of Michigan. After graduating, she returned to Hong Kong in 1986. In 1993, she moved to Sydney, Australia. Her writing combines elements of classical Chinese writing and Western influences; she also has been strongly influenced by the writing of Eileen Chang.
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  • Zhong Xiaoyang is a modern Hong Kong writer currently residing in Australia. Zhong Xiaoyang was born in Guangzhou, China in 1962. Her father was an Indonesian doctor of Chinese descent, while her mother was from Shenyang, China. The family moved to Hong Kong when Zhong was five months old. There, she attended Maryknoll Girls' School in Hong Kong and then came to America to study film at University of Michigan. After graduating, she returned to Hong Kong in 1986. In 1993, she moved to Sydney, Australia. Her writing combines elements of classical Chinese writing and Western influences; she also has been strongly influenced by the writing of Eileen Chang. She published her first work of fiction Halt, May I Ask (Tingche zan ziewen) in 1981, at the age of 18, which received the Unitas Literature Award. In 1998, she published four volumes of poetry called Dead Tree and Extinguished Ashes (Gaomu sihui ji): * Change Color (Bianse) * Love Lost (Shilian) * The Study (Shuzhai) * Seed (Zhongzi) These poems, written stream of consciousness style, come across as dark but still sensitive to human emotion.She also published five collections of short stories and a novel A Romance of Unending Sorrow (Yihen chuanqi) (1996). Her novel A Pinwheel Without Wind (Yan yu hong yan) was made into a movie in 2002.
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