Living Shakespeare: Hong Ying on China and the sonnets
Updated Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Shakespeare's sonnets were once banned in China and are now popular with the gay community. Hong Ying, author of ‘Daughter of the River’ looks at Shakespeare’s sonnets as they relate to sexuality and love in China.
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Originally published: Tuesday, 30 August 2016
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