Lin Zhengyuee mourning Jin Yong: deep condolences to Professor Cha Liangyongs family

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 Lin Zhengyuee mourning Jin Yong: deep condolences to Professor Cha Liangyongs family


Jin Yong, a knight-errant novelist (formerly named Cha Liangfu), died in a hospital in Hong Kong on the afternoon of October 30 at the age of 94.

Hong Kongs chief executive, Lin Zheng Yuee, who is visiting Japan, today (October 30) expressed deep condolences for the death of a famous writer and senior newspaperman, Professor Cha Liangyong (pseudonym Jinyong), according to the Hong Kong Media Wenhui.com. Lin Zheng is deeply saddened by Professor Chas death. On behalf of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, I would like to extend my deep condolences to Professor Chas family.

Professor Cha is a knowledgeable martial arts novelist. His works have inherited the tradition of Chinese classical literature, blended history and culture, and are popular with Chinese people all over the world. His works have been adapted to TV series, movies and so on. It has made a great contribution to the inheritance of Chinese culture. Professor Cha is also a newspaper leader, engaged in journalism for decades, the early founding of the Ming Pao, also wrote editorial comments for the community advice, deeply respected by the industry. Lin Zhengyuee said. Professor Cha has held a number of public posts, including members of the Drafting Committee of the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the head of the Hong Kong side of the Political System Group and members of the Executive Committee of the Advisory Committee on the Basic Law. He was awarded the Great Bauhinia Medal in 2000 in recognition of his outstanding achievements in Chinese literature and Journalism and his contribution to public service. The source of this article: surging news editor: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

Professor Cha is a knowledgeable martial arts novelist. His works have inherited the tradition of Chinese classical literature, blended history and culture, and are popular with Chinese people all over the world. His works have been adapted to TV series, movies and so on. It has made a great contribution to the inheritance of Chinese culture.

Professor Cha is also a newspaper leader, engaged in journalism for decades, the early founding of the Ming Pao, also wrote editorial comments for the community advice, deeply respected by the industry. Lin Zhengyuee said.

Professor Cha has held a number of public posts, including members of the Drafting Committee of the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the head of the Hong Kong side of the Political System Group and members of the Executive Committee of the Advisory Committee on the Basic Law. He was awarded the Great Bauhinia Medal in 2000 in recognition of his outstanding achievements in Chinese literature and Journalism and his contribution to public service.