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Wang is the daughter of a former professor of Chinese literature at Beijing University. In 1989 she was an M.A. student in modern Chinese literature at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. She was a member of the standing committee of the Beijing Autonomous Association of College Students in the spring of 1989 during the demonstrations in Tiananmen Square and was put on the Chinese government's "21 Most Wanted Beijing Student Leaders" list. She spent more than six months in hiding before going to the U.S. in early 1990.
Wang is the editor of One China, Many Paths, a collection of essays by contemporary Chinese intellectuals published by Verso in 2003.
- Sullivan,Meg Survivor of Tiananmen Square reaches her goal — a Ph.D. Archived September 15, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. 3 June 2009, at UCLA Today
- Tiananmen Square Student Leader Wang Chaohua to Receive UCLA Ph.D at Epicanthus (news), 3 June 2009
Wang, Chaohua (Editor and Translator) One China, Many Paths Verso, London, 2005. ISBN 978-1-84467-535-7
Wang Ban Review of One China, Many Paths (2006) at MCLC Resource Center, Ohio State University
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