Portrait of a Chinese Artist

Cooper, Chet
April 2012
Ability Magazine;Apr/May2012, p34
An interview with Zhang Heyong, an artist, journalist and advocate for persons with disabilities, is presented. Zhang describes his background as a fine artist. He talks about his wife, who worked for a local association which dealt with the disability community in Shandong. He also cites his art work that will be featured in the U.S.


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