Xinran Xue

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Xinran Xue

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Wall of Femme is a series of portraits of brave and inspiring women who challenged conventions, dared to be different and paved the way for others.

Xinran Xue 1958 -
Quote on print: "I discovered that women had no idea how to talk about themselves”.

The writer Xinran Xue shocked China when she broke taboos and became the voice of millions of oppressed women. She has been conducting a long and hazardous struggle for women's rights, which eventually forced her to leave China. 

In the book "The good women of China" Xinran has collected stories of women who talk about forced marriages, child abuse, footbindning and oppression. 
Today Xinran Xue lives in London.

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High quality print made on beautiful, photographic paper. The paper is matte, fade resistant, and professional quality.

Frame not included.
Prints are carefully packaged and shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube for best possible protection.
All orders will ship within 1-3 business days upon receipt of payment.