Follows 86-year-old Huan Yi Yang, who is the only woman alive in the Jian-Yong County of the Hunan province who can still read and write Nu Shu. We follow Yi Yang's story as she explains her own personal struggle to survive and how important her sworn sisters were to her resistance.
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