Woon-Ping Chin

Visiting Professor

Woon-Ping Chin has published two books of poetry (The Naturalization of Camellia Song and In My Mother’s Dream). She has edited a book on Singapore women’s plays and co-edited studies of Malaysian aboriginal myths and Singaporean education. Her family memoir, Hakka Soul: Memories, Migrations, Meals was jointly published by the University of Hawaii Press and the National University of Singapore. Her poems, plays and essays have appeared in such publications as: Amerasia, Asian American Literature, Literature, (Post) Colonial Stages, Modern Drama, On a Bed of Rice, Solidarity, Poetry Australia, Westerly, Stand, The Painted Bride Quarterly, Singapore Book World, The City and You, Commonwealth Literature, Poetry Australia, A Sense of Exile, and The Comparative Perspective on Literature.

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Department of Theater
HB 6032


  • B.A. University of Malaya
  • M.A. University of Toledo
  • Ph.D. University of Toledo