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  • Bian Que


    Bian Que (407-310 BC) was widely regarded as a pioneer among medical physicians in ancient China. His original name was Qin Yueren, but his medical skills were so widely praised that people referred to him as Bian Que, the same name as a legendary doctor of the period of Huang-di (Yellow Emperor).

  • Mo Yan


    Mo Yan, arguably China's most-watched writer, explores the moral dilemmas around its famed one-child policy (that reportedly saved the world an additional burden of 450 million people) with great sensitivity in his last novel, Frog.

  • Mo Yan's roots revealed


    Everyone wonders what kind of soil nurtured writer Mo Yan. The agrarian hometown of China's first Nobel laureate in literature cultivated his writing.

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