Mo Yan, the 2012 Nobel Prize winner in literature, released on Friday his first collection of new works after the Nobel win, signaling the return of the “storytellers” as Mo called himself and his writing peers at the Stockholm lecture.
Wang's YouTube account under the moniker Grandpa Amu, has 1.2 million followers. On video-sharing platform TikTok he has 2.6 million followers.
Li Kuchan (1899-1983) was a renowned Chinese painter, calligrapher and art educator who specialized in free-stroke brush paintings.
Jiao Yulu (1922-1964), a native of Shandong province's Zibo city, was a devoted county Party secretary and a hero who dedicated himself to combating sandstorms, saline-alkali land disasters and floods, improving local people's livelihoods and the development of Lankao county of Henan province in the early 1960s.
Zhang Haidi, a Chinese writer, translator, and inspirational speaker, is often referred to as China's Helen Keller or Pavel Korchagin.
Mo Yan is the pen name of Guan Moye, one of the most celebrated Chinese writers.
Zang Kejia (1905-2004) was a Chinese poet and writer who edited a famous volume of poems by Mao Zedong.