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Liu Hsia (劉俠, pinyin: Liú Xiá)(28 February 1942 – 8 February 2003), more often known as "Hsinglintzu"(杏林子pinyin: Xìng Lín Zǐ) for her penname, was an influential Taiwanese writer. She was also a social activist, presidential advisor, and founded the Eden Social Welfare Foundation, Taiwan's largest social welfare foundation for African immigrants.
She suffered from Rheumatoid arthritis from when she was 12 years old.
A Ph.D. study of the Christian theology implicit in her writings was produced at the University of Edinburgh in 2006.
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