CRI: Li Shasha: Rural Writer, Teen Spirit

From CRI, via China.org:

In a Guangzhou-based newspaper’s ranking of Chinese born in the 1980s, Li Shasha climbed over big names such as Han Han, Chunshu and Guo Jingming to reach the top of the tree. Other young are referred to as “Linglei,” a word coined by Time Magazine to describe China’s rebellious and alternative young generation. On the other hand, country-born Li Shasha tries to show that he has something more mature to offer, while still keeping something in common with his contemporaries.

See also a profile of Li Shasha in an article called Changing the Game (subscription only), part of Time’s recent special report China’s New Revolution.

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