By Xing Yi
Chinese author Wang Xiaobo died 20 years ago, but his works are still popular among Chinese readers.
Beijing October Culture and Arts Publishing House released a collection of Wang’s works on April 11, his death anniversary.
About 100 people crowded a Pageone bookstore in Beijing for the book launch, including Li Yinhe, who’s Wang’s wife and a professor of gender studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
“I went to his tomb this morning, and I saw flower bundles, cigarettes and liquor laid in front of the gravestone,” says Li.
“I also found a piece of paper with his words－someone wrote it down and left it there. A butterfly lingered on the paper.”
Yang Xiaoyan, the editor of the collection, says all of Wang’s works are included in the seven-installment collection, including some previously unpublished manuscripts. Read more
Source: China Daily