Wang Chu Chiao
Giving birth has generally been regarded as the most sacred duty of womankind. Nevertheless, menstruation, that allows women to become pregnant, has been regard as something \'dirty or unclean\' for a long time. In this society of double standards, here comes a gratifying blood pledge of women. Tired of oppressive working conditions, Rose unifies the menstrual cycles of all female workers with their consent and claims a worker\'s right to the company in the name of \'Menstrual Revolution.\' Rose\'s declaration says \"Menstruation of one female worker can be a disturbance, but that of all female workers is a revolution.\" This opens eyes to see our twisted society where difference is directly translated into discrimination. (Jay Sohn)
Wang Chu ChiaoWang Chu Chiao
Besides tormenting students as a part-time theatre lecturer, Chu Qiao is also a freelance writer and guerilla-style film maker. An English Literature and Theatre graduate, she is a late bloomer who woke up one day at the grand age of 28, quit her job and decide to make independent short films with a social conscience. The first of the Power Trilogy she intends to shoot that explores the politics of power, 28 Days Later is a semi-autobiographical film.