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Li Xiao

Li Xiao was born in 1950 in Shanghai. He is the son of Ba Jin, China's oldest surviving writer from the 1920s, who is deeply respected at home and abroad for his writings and his personal...

Xiao Kaiyu

Xiao Kaiyu was born in 1960 in Sichuan province, and trained and worked as a doctor of Chinese medicine. He is the author of several volumes of poetry and has published poems and essays in...

Zheng Xiaolou

Zheng Xiaolu is the pen name of Zheng Peng, who was born in 1986 in Longhui, Hunan.  His stories have been published in several literary magazines in China. He has also published a...

Chen Xiaoping

Chen Xiaoping was born in 1961 in Hengyang. After graduating from Beijing University School of Law, he taught political science and law at China University, where he led the student movement in...

Hong Xinyi

Hong Xinyi is a Singapore-based freelance journalist whose areas of interest include urban development and design, built and intangible heritage, and emerging trends in arts and culture. She has...

Chen Xiwo

Chen Xiwo teaches comparative literature at Fuzhou Normal University and has published seven major novels. Due to his refusal to compromise about the style or content of his writing, it was...

Can Xue

Can Xue, meaning “dirty snow," "leftover snow," but also "pure snow on the top of a mountain,” is the pseudonym of Deng Xiaohua. She was born in 1953 in Changsha...

Yi Yŏn-ju

Yi Yŏn-ju made her literary debut in a journal called World of Writers in 1991. The same year, Yi published her first book of poetry, A Night Market Where There Are Prostitutes (Maeŭmnyŏka...

Yaghoub Yadali

Yaghoub Yadali, born in 1970, is a writer and television director. His first work of fiction, the short-story collection Sketches in the Garden, was published in 1997. It was followed in 2001 by...

Abbad Yahya

Abbad Yahya is a Palestinian writer from the West Bank. A sociologist by training, he previously worked as a researcher at the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies. As a journalist, he is...

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