Women hold up half the sky.
Xiang Yang was born in Qingdao, Shandong China in 1961, the year that marked the end of the terrible Great Chinese Famine.
Much had changed in China by the time the then 14-year-old Xiang began studying art with Zhao Zhiping’s teacher.
She proved to be a quick study. Perhaps too quick, in fact.
It soon became clear that the young woman was on the verge of…
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