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EU-China-litfest 18: Literary Fiction – A Prism to Assess the World

Christophe Ono-Dit-Biot (France), Zhang Yueran (China)

Saturday, November 28. 7 pm Beijing Time

Just like ancient myths, there are home truths to be found in the texts and the subtexts of literary fiction; ideas that help illuminate our existence, link the present with the past, and offer up boundless possibilities for the future. To discuss their own work and the refracted perceptions good writing can present, we are joined by two stars of literature today: Christophe Ono-Dit-Biot from Le Harve in France and Zhang Yueran from Jinan in Shandong. Christophe Ono-Dit-Biot is a prominent French journalist and author and his books have been translated into more than a dozen countries around the world, including the novel Plonger which is published in Chinese by People’s Literature Publishing House. Zhang Yueran has been winning awards for her short stories and novels since her high school days, and is now considered to be one of China’s most influential young writers. Moderated by Jiao Jingshu. (This event will be in Chinese and French.)

How to Join the Online Event:

Zoom Webinar ID: 636 6532 1370 (click to register)     or     scan the WeChat QR code