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This zine explores the intergenerational effects of my family's forced migration—from Changsha to Taipei during the Cultural Revolution, and from Taipei to Toronto after my mother was born. I grew up in a difficult household environment, in large part because of my mother's PTSD: a direct result of the trauma she has experienced throughout her lifetime in the diaspora. I now live with PTSD, as well. "Don't tell me women aren't the stuff of heroes" is a meditation on displacement fromdoi:10.33137/incite.2.32822 fatcat:fgo3gzxna5g63ljv3yrbuowtrm