For example, 'Two swallows' drawn in the 1980s, 'Former residence of Qiu Jin
' painted 10 years later and 'Time passed and the two swallows gone' (that is 'Reminiscence of Jiangnan') painted another 10 years down the road, were exhibited side by side.
The feature also talked about writer-poet Sylvia Plath; Henrietta Lacks, whose cancer cells were taken from her body without permission and led to a medical revolution; Margaret Abbott, the first American woman to win an Olympic championship; transgender pioneer Marsha P Johnson; Ada Lovelace, a gifted mathematician credited as the first computer programmer; photographer Diane Arbus and feminist poet Qiu Jin
, among others.
, CIO of the Wealth Service Center and Managing Director of CICC, said, 'In a maturing financial market, an investor's return on long-term investment mainly depends on the makeup of the portfolio, and the key is to build a portfolio that matches their risk tolerance.
Andrews tackles topics ranging from the influence of kampo (Sino-Japanese) medicine to the effects of bubonic plague on catalyzing the development of public health to Qiu Jin
's ideas on nursing.
The boldest among them at the turn of the century, such as Qiu Jin
(1875-1907), stepped forward to challenge the social institution of arranged marriages and to seek individual freedom, equality, and opportunities for education.
For Wu Tsang's immersive installation "The Luscious Land of God Is Sinking," the story reimagined was that of Qiu Jin
, a turn-of-the-century Chinese feminist and revolutionary martyr, and that of her friend and biographer, the calligrapher Wu Zhiying.
Implicated in an anti-government uprising, Qiu Jin
(1875-1907) was arrested and beheaded two days later--the ultimate punishment for grand treason (plotting to overthrow the Qing empire).
These tabloid writers shared Liang's anti-imperialist concern, but were also critical of both reformers like Kang Youwei and even revolutionaries such as Qiu Jin
. Wang illustrates well the tabloid writers' criticism of reformers, but she does not always highlight the inconsistencies in their own approaches.
As a famous female democratic revolutionist, Qiu Jin
despised feudal system since childhood.
The females in Qiu Jin
's tanci "Stones of the Jingwei Bird" compare their enforced domesticity to "being a bird in a cage" (p.
'Chinese women will throw off their shackles and stand up with passion; they will all become heroines,' wrote Qiu Jin
in her preface to 'Stones of the Jingwei Bird', a narrative work left unfinished in 1907 when the thirty-two year old Qiu Jin
was executed for conspiring to overthrow China's last dynasty.
, CIO of the Wealth Service Center and Managing Director of CICC, said: In a maturing financial market, an investors return on long-term investment mainly depends on the makeup of the portfolio, and the key is to build a portfolio that matches their risk tolerance.