Zhou Dye 周代

A self-taught writer of short story, novel, poetry and essay, Zhou Dye fled to Taiwan as a lonely young adult before the Communists’ taking-over of China in mid-20th century. His three books, Perplexed at the Bridge, Strings of Life, and Dawn, were published in almost forty years.

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