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Ye Yonglie

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Ye Yonglie

Ye Yonglie, a Shanghai writer and a graduate of Peking University, was born in 1940. He started publishing poetry in 1951, and published his first book in 1960. Since then he has authored over one hundred books, mostly nonfiction about contemporary Chinese politics. His Red Trilogy about the life of Chinese leader Mao Zedong has been translated into English and French, and his Deng Xiaoping Changed China is also being translated into French and Arabic. Ye Yonglie has lectured in Los Angeles and New York.

Articles by Ye Yonglie

My Shadow Library: A Chinese Author on Book Piracy
By Ye Yonglie
After Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2012, publishers around the world rushed to print copies of his books—none more enthusiastically than China’s infamous book pirates. In China,…
Translated from Chinese by Alice Xin Liu
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