Jin Yong, the hero of martial arts fiction, died at the age of 94.

 Jin Yong, the hero of martial arts fiction, died at the age of 94.

Jinyong (March 10, 1924 - October 30, 2018), originally named Cha Liangfu, was born in Haining, Zhejiang Province, and moved to Hong Kong in 1948. Contemporary martial arts novelists, journalists, entrepreneurs, political critics, social activists, Hong Kongs four talents one.

In 1944, Jin Yong was admitted to the diplomatic Department of Chongqing Central University of political science. 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, he was transferred to the editorial supplement of the New Evening News and wrote the film scripts such as The Great Beauty and Orchid Flower. In 1959, Jin Yong and others founded Ming Bao in Hongkong.

Jin Yong has written a number of popular martial arts novels, including The Heroes of Shooting and Carving, The Chivalrous Sculptors, The Story of Slaughtering Dragons by Heaven, The Eight Dragons of Heaven, The River and the Lake of Laughter, The Story of the Deer Ding, etc. These novels have also been reproduced into film and television works for many times, holding Manyu Chang, Zhao Yazhi, Gu Tianle, Liu Yifei and Liu Shi. Poetry and other entertainers.

Since 1985, Jin Yong has been 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, the Bauhinia medal was awarded. In September 2009, he was appointed honorary vice chairman of the Seventh National Committee of the Chinese writers Association. In the same year, he won the 2008 World Chinese Achievement Award. In 2010, he received his Ph.D. in philosophy from University of Cambridge.