Henry Zhang

Henry Zhang is a master’s student and interpreter in the Department of Chinese Literature at Beijing Normal University. His research on late-Qing China and post–Cultural Revolution Chinese culture has appeared in Drunken Boat Magazine and Music and Literature Magazine, his poetry translations have been nominated for the Pushcart prize, and he is a recipient of the 2017 Henry Luce Translation Currently, he is working on a long-form essay on traditional Chinese Medicine’s “diaspora.”


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The New Normal: On Dissidence, Apology, and Transcendence in Contemporary Chinese Art
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