Yeeshan Yang comes from a migratory family background. She spent her childhood years in Maoist China, where she saw her Indonesian-Chinese father politically persecuted as a spy; grew up in Hong Kong; studied Japanese in Tokyo; experienced migrant life again in Australia; then returned to Hong Kong. She has worked in journalism, filmmaking and publishing while conducting anthropological research.
Yeeshan penned the screenplay for the movie adaptation of Whispers and Moans, which opened in Hong Kong cinemas in May 2007, and True Women For Sale, a further adaptation of the book for which Prudence Liew won the Golden Horse Best Actress Award in December 2008.
April 2021 update: We are operating as normal. However, airmail service from Hong Kong to some destinations is still suspended. Deliveries to countries including Canada, Ireland and New Zealand may be made by surface mail, with an estimated arrival time of 25 to 31 days. Thank you for your patience! Dismiss