Update (November 9, 2018 at 9:52 am PST): Following reports that a proposed replacement venue...
by Scott Greene | May 3, 2012
For The New York Times’ Latitude blog, Eric Abrahamsen highlights Chinese novelist-in-exile Ma Jian, who once called out writers within China for complying with the country’s repressive political system, and explores...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 29, 2011
Author Ma Jian has been refused entry to China on a book-buying trip to Shenzhen. Given the country’s current political climate, he says, this was a development he had feared. From Tania Branigan in The Guardian: Citing...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 7, 2011
Author Ma Jian tells The Wall Street Journal which five writers he’d most like to meet: Franz Kafka “To me, Kafka is the most alive of dead writers, no doubt because of his acute understanding of the modern...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 14, 2008
On The Guardian’s blog, writer Ma Jian calls on Western corporations and governments to become true friends to China, in the Confucian sense, and stop apologizing: All this makes me think of a book that came out in 1996,...
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