Heng Liu

Soldier, Film story contributor

1954 –


Who is Heng Liu?

Liu Heng is a Chinese writer. He is generally seen as a realist writer. He became a professional writer in the 1970s after having worked as a peasant farmer, a factory worker and a soldier, classes which have served as fodder for his stories and, not coincidentally, classes which Mao Zedong promoted as the audience for literature in his 1942 Talks At The Yenan Forum On Literature And Art. "Dogshit Food" won the 1985-86 best short story award. "Fuxi Fuxi" won him the national Prize for Best Novelettes in 1987, and was the basis for the movie Ju Dou. His novel "Hēi de xuě", about the problems faced by a young juvenile delinquent upon his release from prison, was made into a feature film, and "Pínzuǐ Zhāng Dàmín dē xìngfú shēnghuó" has been made into a television series.

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May 1, 1954
Also known as
  • Liu Heng
  • Liú Héng
  • Lau Hang
  • Liu Hong
  • Liu Guanjun
  • Liu Heng
  • China
  • Beijing Normal University

on July 23, 2013


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