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Nancy Tsai

Contributor

Nancy Tsai

Nancy Tsai received an MFA in literary translation from the University of Iowa and an MA in translation and interpretation from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. A freelance translator and interpreter, she is especially interested in promoting the understanding of translation and interpretation as a profession and introducing Chinese literature, both fiction and nonfiction, to Western audiences.

Articles by Nancy Tsai

from “King-Ma Has Come”
By Wei Tsung-cheng
Translated by Nancy Tsai
Jingzhen, Taiwan, 1978
By Song Zelai
Wu Quan was a character. Everyone in Jingzhen enjoyed poking fun at him. He was born short and small, with eyes, nose, and mouth huddled together on a face that belonged to the masses. Sporting a trademark…
Translated from Chinese by Nancy Tsai