Novel depicting academic corruption wins the People’s Literature Prize1 min read
Liu Xinglong, a writer from Hubei Province, was announced as the winner of the People’s Literature Prize Saturday for his book Pan Hui, a novel published in April that reflects the spiritual world of today’s intellectuals.
Setting the story against the academic discussion of a priceless ancient relic, Liu unmasks the academic corruption in current society and shows the conflict some senior intellectuals are faced with, both professionally and personally, when conducting research.
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