Frontier Taiwan: An Anthology of Modern Chinese Poetry

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BAI QIU
(1937–)

Bai Qiu (Pai Ch'iu), pen name of He Jinrong, was born in Taizhong in central Taiwan. He learned Japanese first and started studying Chinese in 1946, a year after the retrocession of Taiwan to China. He graduated from Taizhong Business School and has worked for years in interior design. Having lived in Tainan and Taipei, he now lives in his hometown.

Bai Qiu started writing poetry in 1952 and won a prize at the first poetry competition sponsored by the Chinese Literature and Art Association in 1955. He was associated with all the major poetry societies in the 1950s and 1960s, including the Bamboo Hat Poetry Society, of which he was a founding member and editor of the society's journal. To date he has published nine collections of poetry and a book of literary criticism. He is also an accomplished calligrapher who exhibits his work regularly.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Note on Translation xvii
  • Frontier Taiwan xix
  • Frontier Taiwan: An Introduction 1
  • Yang Hua (1906–36) 55
  • Yang Chichang (1908–94) 59
  • Qin Zihao (1912–63) 66
  • Ji Xian (1913–) 72
  • Chen Xiuxi 1921–91) 83
  • Zhan Bing (1921–) 87
  • Zhou Mengdie (1921–) 92
  • Huan Fu (1922–) 103
  • Lin Hengtai (1924–) 110
  • Du Pan Fangge (1927–) 116
  • Luo Fu (1928–) 119
  • Luo Men (1928–) 135
  • Rongzi (1928–) 144
  • Xiang Ming (1928–) 149
  • Yu Guangzhong (1928–) 154
  • Guan Guan (1929–) 164
  • Shang Qin (1930–) 171
  • Zhang Mo (1931–) 186
  • Ya Xian (1932–) 190
  • Xin Yu (1933–) 211
  • Zheng Chouyu (1933–) 217
  • Bai Qiu (1937–) 225
  • Ye Weilian (1937–) 231
  • Lin Ling (1938–) 239
  • Xiong Hong (1940–) 245
  • Yang Mu (1940–) 250
  • Zhang Cuo (1943–) 279
  • Wu Sheng (1944–) 285
  • Li Minyong (1947–) 292
  • Luo Qing (1948–) 298
  • Su Shaolian (1949–) 310
  • Jian Zhengzhen (1950–) 316
  • Bai Ling (1951–) 321
  • Ling Yu (1952–) 325
  • Chen Yizhi (1953–) 336
  • Du Ye (1953–) 344
  • Chen Li (1954–) 350
  • Yang Ze (1954–) 369
  • Luo Zhicheng (1955–) 378
  • Xiang Yang (1955–) 385
  • Jiao Tong (1956–) 394
  • Xia Yu (1956–) 399
  • Lin Yu (1957–) 420
  • Liu Kexiang (1957–) 427
  • Sun Weimin (1959–) 435
  • Chen Kehua (1961–) 441
  • Walis Nokan (1961–) 452
  • Lin Yaode (1962–96) 460
  • Hong Hong (1964–) 466
  • Xu Huizhi (1966–) 476
  • Notes on the Contributors 485
  • Select Bibliography in English 489
  • Other Titles in the Modern Chinese Literature from Taiwan Series 491
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