White Deer Plain, Novel, Audiobook in Chinese.
Author: Chen Zhongshi.
Reader: Li YeMo.
White Deer Plain (Chinese: ), written by Chen Zhongshi in 1993, follows the hardships of several generations living on the White Deer Plain in northwestern China. It also mirrors the radical changes which have taken place in the Chinese countryside for over the past half-century. It won the Mao Dun Literature Award, China's highest award for literature, in 1997.
Chen Zhongshi (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Ch n Zhōngsh ) is a Chinese author born in June 1942 in Xi'an. He started writing prose in 1965 and finished his magnum opus White Deer Plain in 1993.
In 1962, Zhōngsh graduated from No.34 High School of Xi'an. He then got a teaching job in primary school and, after two years, he became a senior high school teacher. Zhōngsh was interested in literature and soon began devoting himself to a writing career.
He became the vice director of Culture Bureau of Baqiao ( ) district of Xi'an in 1980. He served as a member of the Writers Association of Shaanxi, becoming vice president in 1985 and chairman in 1993. Between 2001 and 2006, he was the vice president of the Chinese Writers Association.
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