In 2008, she published "We - A Life Chronicle of Movement and Labor" to write about migrant workers in Taiwan. Gu Yuling was in the organization, close to the front-line scene, and the text was simple and recorded; in 2014, she published "Going Home", Gu Yuling traveled far Vietnam, brought back a rich field investigation, from the political situation and general situation between countries, and more widely concerned about the movement and life stories of Vietnamese migrant workers - Gu Yuling's writing always cares about others, although the title of the book is "Going Home", But for a writer, she paradoxically hides the author's personal experience and traces of his hometown.
This April (2022) " Yu Di " is published. Gu Yuling banner design weaves a huge family story through the three generations of the Zhang family, the Xie family, and the Yu family, looking at the history of Taiwan and involving the shock and aftermath of the white terror on the family. Readers who are familiar with Gu Yuling may think that they can finally grasp the writer's tender ego, but "Room" appears in the style of a fictional novel - the hide-and-seek between the reader and the writer, still wandering between appearance and disappearance, and the reader is insane. , I was about to ask the writer, who is famous for his non-fiction writing style, why he gave novels such a carrier when describing his hometown? But she quietly replies at the beginning of the book: "This is absolutely true." Innocence is the most lethal weapon of the era The plot of the story revolves around the couple Zhang Jinshan and Liao Xi.
Zhang Jinshan is a high school geography teacher. Facing students and outsiders, he is a high-level intellectual with a humble attitude and full of enthusiasm; , as well as sisters Zhang Fenfang and Zhang Yuanyuan, but he became a betting pigeon, emotionally out of control and tyrannical father. Zhang Jinshan’s emotions come from his own origin. He studied in a public school and then became a young worker in Taiwan, as well as his experience in a poetry club when he was implicated by white terror in college. The innocence in his heart always seemed to stay outside.