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By Andrew Toth/ReutersA little-known cartoonist in China has become the face of an internet-famous female cartoonist, drawing the face and body of a man and a woman on the cover of a new issue of the magazine Groucho Marx.

The issue, which was launched on Monday, is entitled “Who Is A Woman?”.

It features a cartoon character who looks like a woman with the cover image of a woman, but her hair is shorter.

The cover, which will run in more than 300 magazines, features a female cartoon artist.

“I wanted to draw something that’s not only different but also a bit more playful,” said Zhang Xiong, the cover artist, who is a resident of the eastern city of Hubei.

The cartoonist is not the first female cartoonists to make headlines.

Zhang, who has been drawing for more than a decade, has been criticised in the past for the way she drew female characters on her covers.

In 2013, the Beijing Youth Daily newspaper said Zhang had drawn a male character on her cover, but said the male figure was more “distinctive”.

“I want to use gender-neutral terms and not just put ‘man’ and ‘woman’,” Zhang told Reuters.

“The cartoon has a strong female character, but the man has a much more feminine face.”

In China, gender identity and gender expression are often used to describe gender.

Gender expression, in particular, has often been used as a tool for social justice, as it is used to identify people’s bodies and the ways in which they conform to social norms.

It is also used to define one’s sexual orientation, as some Chinese are known to practice homosexuality, and to define the “one true” gender.

In the case of Zhang, the cartoonist drew the female character in a way that was meant to express her gender identity, as the cover shows a woman’s body with her hair shorter than that of a male.

Zhang has been praised for her depiction of the female characters, as well as for her depictions of men and women in a variety of media.

She said she drew the characters to express a desire to be recognised and loved, and that it also helped her portray the world of the cartoon.

“It’s really important to be accepted, so I want to express my love and my feelings for everyone,” she said.