September 25, 2023


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China’s moral decay: Q&A with Zhu Wen

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Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore interviews mainland author and director Zhu Wen in The South China Morning Post

Zhu Wen hit the literary limelight in 1994 with his short story I Love Dollars, in which a writer chases sex and money in a second-tier city with his ageing father in tow. This month Zhu has a new collection of short stories out in English, The Matchmaker, the Apprentice, and the Football Fan: More Stories of China , translated by Julia Lovell. Like many of his works, it deals scathingly with the moral chasm left in Mao Zedong’s wake.

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