China: Chinese literature prize guards against corrupt judging


The organizers of one of China’s top literary awards have set up a team to supervise the judging process and make sure it is fair and free of corruption.

Qian Xiaoqian, vice chairman of the China Writers Association (CWA), said at the first meeting of the Mao Dun Literature Prize jury that the team will monitor the entire 18-day process of judging and selection, according to a report published on the CWA website on Friday.

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