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Duong Thu Huong

Huong is a Vietnam writer raised in a loyal Communist household. During China's 1979 attack on Vietnam, she became the first woman combatant present at the front to chronicle the conflict. She was expelled from the Communist Party in 1989, imprisoned for seven months in 1991 and had her passport revoked by the government in 1995.

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