April 19, 2021

KITAAB

Connecting Asian writers with global readers

Three Questions: China and Literature

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For most people, it is only a dream to be called a genius and handed a big check. But in the United States, 23 people recently received a phone call announcing that dream had come true. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hands out “genius” fellowships each year to assist people it determines are doing exceptional work. This year’s recipients of the $500,000 “no strings attached” grant include a stone carver, a quantum astrophysicist, a jazz pianist and a high school physics teacher.

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