Cao Wenxuan is an award winning novelist from Jiangsu Province, China. He is the Vice President of the Beijing Writers Association and a professor at Peking University. His works include The Straw House, Dragonfly Eye, and Bronze and Sunflower. He was the first Chinese writer to be awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Award. His novels have been translated into eight languages.
She is a freelance writer graduating from Nanjing University.Beginning to learn calligraphy when she was four years old, she had her works presented in the International Calligraphy Exhibition in Germany in 2012, which were collected by others.
Chi Zijian was born in Mohe in 1964. She started writing while at school and had her first story published in Northern Literature magazine when she was at college. She is the only writer to have won the Lu Xun Literary Award three times. The Last Quarter of the Moon also won the Mao Dun Literary Award. Her work has been translated into many languages.
A writer and cultural scholar, columnist of Xinhua Daily Telegraph, Hong Kong Commercial Newspapers and other newspapers and scholor guest of CCTV, China National Radio, Beijing Television and other media.
Chao Gu was born in Beijing in 1962, member of Chinese Artists Association, stamp designer and researcher of calligraphy and painting academy in China Central Institute for Culture and History.
Christopher Cheng is an accomplished children’s author who writes fiction and non-fiction full time, conducts workshops and visits schools.
Chen Shengqian is a professor and tutor for graduate students of the Department of Archaeology and Museology in School of History of Renmin University of China.
Chen Gang, One of the most famous contemporary Chinese composers, member of the national committee of CPPCC, member of the council of the China Musicians’ Association, Composition Department professor of Shanghai Conservatory of Music.
Chang Yi, a Manchu born in Beijing, is a contemporary well-known fairy tale writer. She is a member of Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).