By Xing Yi Chinese author Wang Xiaobo died 20 years ago, but his works are still popular among […]
The renowned Chinese author has spent nearly three decades chronicling some of her homeland’s most controversial figures, in addition to writing a best-selling family memoir.
Chang is certainly well-versed in the topics she writes about – she was born to parents who were Communist Party officials and she grew up during the disastrous Cultural Revolution.
The extraordinary life of Xu Sanguan, a famous Chinese fictional character who sells his blood over the years to support his family, will soon be adapted in South Korea as a blood merchant.
South Korea’s popular actor Ha Jung-woo recently started directing and starring in a film adaptation of a renowned Chinese author Yu Hua’s 1995 novel “Xu Sanguan Mai Xue Ji” or” Chronicle of a Blood Merchant”.
Chinese author Bi Feiyu is keeping a level head as he makes a name for himself internationally. Cecily Liu reports in London: The China Daily
“She stood up when the main female character, Yumi, called her boyfriend ‘brother’,” Bi says.
Jiayang Fan on Yiyun Li as a World-Class Writer in the LARB Li Yiyun, who publishes as Yiyun […]
Megan Shank interviews Yu Hua in the LARB As the Nobel awards approached, the Asia editors at Los Angeles Review of […]