What is a Chinese Woman Artist?
In this podcast from WAGIC, hosts Tessa Qiu and Yuan Ren are joined by researchers Dr Monica Merlin (Birmingham School of Art), Luise Guest (University of New South Wales), Christina Yuen Zi Chung (University of Washington) and artist Yi Dai to discuss: Is there such a thing as 'Chinese women’s art'? Click HERE to listen!
For the Sydney Writer's Festival in 2018, a conversation with Chinese-Canadian writer Xue Yiwei, about his book 'Shenzheners':
Listen to the podcast here: https://omny.fm/shows/sydney-writers-festival/xue-yiwei-shenzheners
A maverick of contemporary Chinese literature, Xue Yiwei is the author of some 18 acclaimed books. His short-story collection Shenzheners takes readers beneath the surface of “socialism with Chinese characteristics” in the megalopolis Shenzhen. Inspired by James Joyce’s Dubliners, it was named one of the most influential Chinese books of the year following its release. Hear the Montreal-based author in conversation with Luise Guest about a collection that reveals the hopes and dreams of ordinary people grappling with the impact of globalisation.
An interview with Eastside Radio's Arts Program in 2017 discussed 'Half the Sky: Conversations with Women Artists in China'. (Photo: Luise Guest with Xiao Lu, Beijing, 2017)