Creative Women in China Today: Hong Huang
10/30/2012 - 6:30 PM
$10 members; $12 students with ID/seniors; $15 nonmembers
A conversation with publisher and media maven Hong Huang. Considered one of the most innovative women in China, Hong Huang has been a successful television host, best-selling author (My Abnormal Life as A Publisher), actress, blogger, media figure and the publisher of the fashion magazine iLook, a position that has earned her the nickname “China’s Oprah.” She writes for both the official Communist Party China Daily newspaper and The Daily Beast and is currently working on a memoir about her relationship with her mother, Mao Zedong’s translator.
This program is part of Creative Women in China Today, a series of conversations with some of the most innovative, iconic, and intellectual women in China. Upcoming programs include novelist Sheng Keyi and activist Wu Qing.
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