Jin Yongs last wish to be revealed: one hundred or two hundred years after my death, some people still read my novels.

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 Jin Yongs last wish to be revealed: one hundred or two hundred years after my death, some people still read my novels.


Cha Liangyong was born in March 10, 1924 in Haining, Zhejiang. On February 8, 1955, Cha Liangfu began to serialize the novel Enmity of Books and Swords in a newspaper under the pen name of Jinyong for the first time. His masterpieces include The Heroes of Shooting and Carving, The Knights of the Sculpture, The Story of the Deer Ding and so on. The popularity of his works is praised as Where there are Chinese, there are readers of Jin Yong. Jin Yong once said in an interview that when he was free, he would think of himself as a knight-errant or a knight-errant when he was in a car or an airplane. Among the heroes in many of his masterpieces, Jin Yong himself likes Ling Huchong best, and also likes Qiao Feng. He dislikes Wei Xiaobao very much. See this kind of people and avoid them. In addition, he once said, I hope that one hundred or two hundred years after my death, someone will still read my novel. I am very satisfied. Source: China Daily Web Editor: Hu Mengyao _NK5655

Cha Liangyong was born in March 10, 1924 in Haining, Zhejiang. On February 8, 1955, Cha Liangfu began to serialize the novel Enmity of Books and Swords in a newspaper under the pen name of Jinyong for the first time. His masterpieces include The Heroes of Shooting and Carving, The Knights of the Sculpture, The Story of the Deer Ding and so on. The popularity of his works is praised as Where there are Chinese, there are readers of Jin Yong.

Jin Yong once said in an interview that when he was free, he would think of himself as a knight-errant or a knight-errant when he was in a car or an airplane. Among the heroes in many of his masterpieces, Jin Yong himself likes Ling Huchong best, and also likes Qiao Feng. He dislikes Wei Xiaobao very much. See this kind of people and avoid them.

In addition, he once said, I hope that one hundred or two hundred years after my death, someone will still read my novel. I am very satisfied.