Nicaraguan-Chinese woman who was killed in the Sandinista revolution in 1975 at age twenty. She is remembered for her art and writings on topics like feminism and is considered a martyr by the Nicaraguan women's movement.
She attended the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua before joining the Sandinistas at age eighteen.
One song she wrote, "Maria Rural," has been covered by artists like Grupo Pancasan and Marlene Alvarez.
Her father, Armando, served in the Communist Revolutionary Army.
She and politician Humberto Ortega are both known for their involvement with the Sandinistas.