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Iris Chang's Pen
Iris Chang's Pen

Origin

Iris Chang's Suicide

Type

Pen

Effects

Allows user to write and understand written Chinese

Downsides

Prolonged use causes depression and suicide, pen causes user to compulsively write

Activation

Writing

Collected by

Agent Jacob Torres

Section

Cronkite-286Z

Aisle

415866-9873

Shelf

59235-3841-176

Date of Collection

11/2004

[Source]


OriginEdit

Iris Shun-Ru Chang (1968 - 2004) was an American journalist best known for her account of the Nanking Massacre. After writing three books around the event and on her way through a fourth when the enormity of everything hit her hard. There was a survivor community of the even in Nanjing who was hoping that Chang would continue to tell their stories so the world would know about the pain they went through. Chang was unable to handle the pressure and killed herself.

EffectsEdit

Although the pen allows user to write and understand written Chinese, prolonged use causes depression and suicide. As if to urge those negative emotions the pen causes user to compulsively write.

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