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Sampsonia Way: City of Asylum

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Uploaded on Jun 15, 2007

Writer/painter Huang Xiang is considered to be the pre-eminent post cultural revolution poet of China. His unceasing bravery, in the face of sure re-imprisonment, and further torture, forced him to leave his homeland.
Huang Xiang was born in Hunan Province, China, in 1941.
Huang began writing poems in the 1950s and has been imprisoned repeatedly for his work. In 1978, he founded "Enlightenment," the first underground writers' society, and started a literary magazine with the same title. In exile in the United States since 1997, he is currently resident poet in Pittsburgh under the Cities of Asylum program for writers

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