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Zhu Hong

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Zhu Hong

Zhu Hong is a visiting professor in the department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literature at Boston University, teaching courses on post-Mao writing. Her translations include Su Xiaokang’s Memoir of Misfortune (Knopf, 2000); Liu Binyan’s A Higher Kind of Loyalty (Pantheon, 1989); The Chinese Western (Ballantine, 1988; reissued in the U.K. under the title Spring of Bitter Waters); and The Serenity of Whiteness (Ballantine, 1991). She is the editor and cotranslator of The Stubborn Porridge (Braziller, 1994), Festival of Flowers (Nanjing, 1995), and A Frolic in the Snow (Liaoning Educational Press, 2002). Her translations of short stories from the Chinese have appeared in The Antioch Review, The Chicago Review, The Paris Review, and The Iowa Review.

Articles by Zhu Hong

A Sheet
By Zhu Hong
He was standing behind the window looking out onto the street, which one could see in the distance shimmering in the sun as if somebody had magically stopped a flowing river. It was the same street on…
Translated from Urdu by Zjaleh Hajibashi
Appointment in K City
By Li Xiao
1 The surviving alumni of Huaguang College might remember an event that happened on April 3, 1937. It was the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the college, and the celebration went on from early…
Translated from Chinese by Zhu Hong
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