Created on Wednesday, 06 June 2018 17:46
Written by Cheryl Teo Kai Lin
Qiu Jin was not your typical meek and subservient Chinese girl born in late 19th-century China. Instead of waiting hand and foot on her male counterparts like how most Chinese ladies were expected to do according to societal norms back then, this spirited young woman had a burning passion for wine, swords, bomb making, and basically rebelling against society's chauvinistic dogma.
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