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Chinese Novelist Mo Yan Wins This Year’s Nobel Prize in Literature
Transcript of Chinese Novelist Mo Yan Wins This Year’s Nobel Prize in Literature
This year's Nobel Prize in Literature
The original author of Red Sorghum, a 1987 Chinese
film, has been chosen as the winner of this year's
Nobel Prize in Literature.
Mo Yan, pseudonym that he has used since 1981
when he began writing novels, got international
recognition after the film Red Sorghum, directed
by Zhang Yimou, won the Golden Bear Award at
the 38th Berlin International Film Festival in
"I'll continue on the path I've been taking, feet on the ground, describing peoples, lives, describing people's emotions, writing from the standpoint of the ordinary people." said Mo in an interview.
he award ceremony will be held on Dec 10.