Different from the youth literature that generally describes love, Zhou Wanjing's "Hidden Monarch Girl" focuses on the anxiety and plight of young people in the post-80s and post-90s generations of contemporary China. Through the twin cities of Beijing and Hong Kong, a young female journalist is described A spiritual journey to return home. The protagonist in the book, Wu Jinyu, is an ordinary courtyard boy. Her mother left her and went to the United States when she was a child. Her childhood was spent missing her mother and complaining about her father. The estrangement of her relationship with her father made her like to confide in strangers. She repeatedly worked with many men, looking for love, looking for mother, and looking for herself. These men, artists, musicians, publishers, cafe owners, lively images on paper, around Wu Jinyu outline a map of the Beijing literary circle, telling the secrets hidden by generations .
Zhou Wanjing, a young scholar and writer. Visiting Scholar, Department of Philosophy, Brown University, USA, Ph.D. Former editor-in-chief of the Hong Kong Ta Kung Pao Collection. Won the Hong Kong City Literature Award in 2012. In 2014, he participated in the planning of the Hong Kong Fringe Club “Wandering Man Yin Art Festival”. Currently, art review columns are available in Taiwan's "Collection" and Hong Kong "Art Plus" magazine. He is the author of a collection of prose reviews "One Man's Europe" and "Qing Si Ji", and a novella "Dating Girls".