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WILLIAM YANG worked as a playwright from 1969 to 1974, and since then as a freelance photographer. His first solo exhibition in 1977, Sydneyphiles, caused a sensation because of its frank depiction of the Sydney gay and party scene. Later these photographs became part of a larger exhibition, Sydney Diary, which was published as a book of the same title in 1984. In the mid 1980s Yang began to explore his Chinese heritage and his photographic themes expanded to include landscapes and the Chinese in Australia. He integrated his skills as a writer and a visual artist in 1989 when he began to perform monologues with slide projection in the theatre and has since done seven full length monologues including: Sadness, Shadows, Blood Links, and Objects For Meditation, all of which have toured successfully nationally and internationally. In addition to his famed monologues, William Yang has presented over twenty individual exhibitions across Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. For more information, visit his website:

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