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Berlin Fang

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Berlin Fang

Berlin Fang was born in a mountainside village in Tongcheng, Anhui Province, and now works at Marshall University in West Virginia as an instructional designer. He is also an English-Chinese translator and interpreter. His works include translations of V.S. Naipaul's Bend of the River, Peter Ackroyd's The Last Testament of Oscar Wilde, Annie Proulx's That Old Ace in the Hole, and Peter Conn's Pearl S. Buck: A Cultural Biography. Fang is also a columnist, editor, or translator for a number of Chinese magazines and newspapers. He can be reached at berlinf@yahoo.com.

Articles by Berlin Fang

Fear of Kubin is the End of Wisdom
By Berlin Fang
Wolfgang Kubin, Bonn University Professor of Chinese Studies, is a critic in every sense of the word. Every time he speaks about Chinese literature, he makes waves among observers. He has become famous…
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