The Taiwan Affairs Office is duty bound to respond to Jin Yongs death: compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Strait.

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 The Taiwan Affairs Office is duty bound to respond to Jin Yongs death: compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Strait.


Overseas Network, October 31, 10:00 a.m., the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council held a regular press conference, spokesman Ma Xiaoguang around the recent cross-strait hot topics to answer reportersquestions.

A reporter asked: Yesterday there was a news aroused cross-strait peoples discussion, is the writer Mr. Jin Yongs death news. How would the spokesman comment on the impact of his literary works on both sides of the Strait? Do you have any of your favorite works?

Ma Xiaoguang said that yesterday, like everyone else, I was deeply saddened by the news of Mr. Jin Yongs death. In my generation, in our growing environment, Jin Yongs novels are accompanied by us to grow up, probably few college students and young intellectuals did not read Jin Yongs novels. Mr. Jin Yong is a great writer who is respected by both sides of the Taiwan Strait. He wrote 15 great works by emperors. I noticed that netizens also have a summary of flying snow shooting white deer in the sky, laughing books and magic men leaning on blue ducks, which I think I have read.

Ma Xiaoguang further pointed out that Mr. Jin Yong used his creation to expand another aesthetic world for Chinese literature. He used his creation to expand the connotation of traditional Chinese culture. Therefore, it is our duty to commemorate him on both sides of the Strait and to carry forward Chinese culture together.

Mr. Jin Yong died in Hongkong on the 30 th, at the age of 94. A generation of martial arts fiction titles in this world after a big fight, leaving 15 classics and countless spiritual wealth to make the world applaud after waving goodbye to rivers and lakes.

Jin Yong, formerly known as Zhan Liang Yong, was born in Haining, Zhejiang Province in March 10, 1924 and moved to Hongkong in 1948. Jin Yong is a contemporary martial arts novelist, journalist, entrepreneur, political commentator, social activist, Hong Kongs four talents one.

Jin Yong was admitted to the diplomatic Department of Chongqing Central University of Political Science in 1944. In the autumn of 1946, Jin Yong entered Shanghai Ta Kung Pao as an international telecommunications translator. In 1948, he graduated from Law School of Soochow University in Shanghai. In 1952, Jin Yong was transferred to the editors supplement of the New Evening News, and wrote a series of movie scripts, such as The Great Beauty and Orchid Flower. In 1959, Jin Yong and others founded Ming Bao in Hongkong.

In 1955, Cha Liangyong, with his pen name Jinyong, became popular after the publication of his first martial arts novel Enmity of the Sword in the New Evening News. His works were published one after another until the completion of the seal of Luding Ji in 1972, during which he wrote more than ten popular martial arts novels with readers all over the world. He is also known as the most influential martial arts writer in the twentieth Century. Since 1985, Jin Yong has served as a member of the Drafting Committee of the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, a member of the Political System Group, a member of the Executive Committee of the Advisory Committee on Basic Law and a member of the Preparatory Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region; in 2000, he was awarded the Bauhinia Grand Medal; and in September 2009, he was appointed as the 7th National Committee of the China Association for Computing Arts. Honorary Vice-Chairman of the Committee; the same year won the 2008 World Chinese Lifelong Achievement Award; in 2010, received a Ph.D. from Cambridge University. Jin Yong has written many well-known martial arts novels, including The Heroes of Shooting and Carving, The Chivalrous Men of Sculpture, The Story of Slaughtering Dragons by Heaven, The Eight Sections of Heaven Dragon, The River and Lake of Laughter, The Story of the Deer Ding and so on. Source: overseas web editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

In 1955, Cha Liangyong, with his pen name Jinyong, became popular after the publication of his first martial arts novel Enmity of the Sword in the New Evening News. His works were published one after another until the completion of the seal of Luding Ji in 1972, during which he wrote more than ten popular martial arts novels with readers all over the world. He is also known as the most influential martial arts writer in the twentieth Century.

Since 1985, Jin Yong has served as a member of the Drafting Committee of the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, a member of the Political System Group, a member of the Executive Committee of the Advisory Committee on Basic Law and a member of the Preparatory Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region; in 2000, he was awarded the Bauhinia Grand Medal; and in September 2009, he was appointed as the 7th National Committee of the China Association for Computing Arts. Honorary Vice-Chairman of the Committee; the same year won the 2008 World Chinese Lifelong Achievement Award; in 2010, received a Ph.D. from Cambridge University.

Jin Yong has written many well-known martial arts novels, including The Heroes of Shooting and Carving, The Chivalrous Men of Sculpture, The Story of Slaughtering Dragons by Heaven, The Eight Sections of Heaven Dragon, The River and Lake of Laughter, The Story of the Deer Ding and so on.