Luo Weizhang, born in 1967, was a teacher, editor, journalist, freelance writer, professional author, and now works in a literary magazine. His published works include novels Hunger for Hundred Years, Don’t be surprised, The Dance of the River, Sharpen the Point, Pinch the Point, Under the Sun, Blank Page and The History of Sound. He has also written the novella collections Our Growth and Spy, the short story collection of The pain between white cloud and green grass, and the prose essays Time to Uncover, and Roadside Book. He has won the People’s Literature Award, the Novel Monthly Hundred Award, the National Readers Favorite Novel Award, Pu Songling Literature Award, Chinese Best Prose Award, and his novels have been selected many times for the national novel ranking and the Chinese Literature Yearbook, the Global Chinese Novel Giant Series, and the National Fine Books Publishing Project. He is also honored as one of the National Literary and Artistic Masters and “Four of a Group” talents.