Zheng Min (born in 1920 in Minhou, Fuzhou, Fujian) is a Chinese scholar and poet. She studied philosophy in China and has published modernist poetry since her student days in the early 1940s. In the 1940s, she traveled to the United States, gaining an MA in literature from Brown University, and returned to China in 1955. Together with eight other poets, she is thought of as one of the 'Nine Leaves' school of poetry; her work is included in The Nine Leaves (1980). Zheng lectures at Beijing Normal University.
- Shiji — 1942-1947 [Poems: 1942-1947]
- Bloomsbury Guide to Women's Writing
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