“一个动人、优美的故事、精美的插图，讲述了一名妇女及其家人在中共几十年的迫害中所遭受的磨难。” — Frank Dikotter
A moving, beautifully told, magnificently illustrated story of one woman and her family’s ordeal during decades of persecution by the Chinese Communist Party. — Frank Dikotter, Professor, Historian
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BiLan painted the story of five generations of her family and the tragedies and triumphs of between her personal story, Chinese history, and fine art in Diary of the Dragon’s Daughter, as she describes her life during the worst holocaust in recorded human history. Despite the horrors she endured, including the deaths of her father, mother, and sister, she has a message of hope to share with people: even during difficult times, never give up your dreams.
Wang Youqin (Chinese: 王友琴; born 1952) is a scholar specializing in East Asian studies and is currently a professor at the University of Chicago. Professor Wang is notable for her research on the Chinese Cultural Revolution, especially the Red August of Beijing. She keeps an online list of victims of the Cultural Revolution and their stories.
王友琴（中文：王友琴；生于1952年）是一位专攻东亚研究的学者，现任芝加哥大学教授。 王教授以对中国文化大革命，尤其是北京红色八月的研究而著称。 她在网上保留了一张文化大革命受害者的名单和他们的故事。
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Hu Jie is a Chinese filmmaker and artist known for the films Searching for Lin Zhao's Soul, Though I Am Gone, and Spark, which constitute a "trilogy of documentaries about Maoist China".