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Zhang Da-chun (Chinese: 張大春; pinyin: Zhāng Dàchūn; Wade–Giles: Chang Ta-ch'un) (14 June 1957) is a notable Taiwanese author and literary critic. He is the author of many novels, two of which, Wild Child (野孩子) and My Kid Sister (我妹妹), were published together in the U.S. as Wild Kids.
- B.A. in Chinese Literature, Fu Jen Catholic University
- M.A. in Chinese Literature, Fu Jen Catholic University
- Pan, Philip P. (2 January 2004). "New National Identity Emerges in Taiwan; Culture Shifting Away From Mainland China". Washington Post. Retrieved 27 December 2010.
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