I’m a green dog

I’m a green dog

In 2008, the year of the Beijing Summer Olympic Games, I hosted a talkshow on Dutch National TV (VPRO). For the programme I travelled to Beijing where I interviewed five guests working in the media of the People’s Republic of China. Our conversations focus on media censorship and the fast changing landscape inside the System. Due to copyright restrictions, I’m not able …

…a subtle undercurrent of prose: A new review out of the blue

…a subtle undercurrent of prose: A new review out of the blue

“Butterfly comes across as a refreshing pallet of colors. It gives us a sneak peek into mystical Mainland China, and the immense love that the country has in store. At the end of the journey, you are overwhelmed by the sheer magnificence of that complex emotion called love.” Read full article: http://aashishanant.blogspot.com/2012/03/butterfly-with-love-from-china.html

Love, Lust, Anger, Pain and Hope…A review

Love, Lust, Anger, Pain and Hope…A review

…reading this book became even more delightful as I could feel the cultural interventions and intermingling going on. The constraints, the frictions have been beautifully structured in the book by Julie. Love, Lust, Anger, Pain and Hope would stain your eyes time and again, as you experience them along with the character every now and …

It just takes writers like O’Yang to flip the light switch on. A review.

It just takes writers like O’Yang to flip the light switch on. A review.

Butterfly, A novel by Julie O’Yang   By Gabriel Ricard The title of Julie O’Yang’s beautiful, passionate and fascinating new novel is initially quite deceptive. It will eventually make sense to those who take the time to read through a narrative so rich in image and experience that it’s almost poetic first and foremost, but …

“History is written only once, so is Butterfly by Julie O’Yang.” Read a new review of my novel

“History is written only once, so is Butterfly by Julie O’Yang.” Read a new review of my novel

“History is written only once, so is Butterfly by Julie O’Yang.” And so Trishit Banerjee, Founder & Editor Young Chronicle, started his review. He went on: “I would regard this as one of the best books I have ever read. With such exquisite feelings, the book compels the readers to go back and read the …

Butterfly, A novel, reviewed by Creative Ecstasy

Butterfly, A novel, reviewed by Creative Ecstasy

“A book that has all the essential ingredients that makes a bestseller. You can feel the pain, agony and despair of the protagonist. Such is the power of the words of Julie O’Yang… There never seems to be a damp moment with the right choice of words. The book moves at a smooth pace throughout, …