Yang Lan recalls Jin Yongs funny story: he took away my interview outline.

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 Yang Lan recalls Jin Yongs funny story: he took away my interview outline.


I learned well in the second interview, and all the questions were in my mind. He looked at my hands. Its cute to say, but this great writer who can create the whole world with language is a poor-mouthed interviewee. His Mandarin has a strong accent, and his thinking is jumping, and his sentences are often incomplete. Sometimes this interviewer is worried about him. He cant help interrupting, Is that what you want to say...? If I did not guess correctly, he became more anxious and gestured to try to retell. Seeing my puzzled expression, he would laugh embarrassed himself. What impressed me most was his honesty. He said there were many misunderstandings in his life: when he was young, he wanted to be a diplomat, but he often ran into a wall; when he was a newspaperman, he wrote editorials most attentively, but unexpectedly he was famous for his martial arts novels. Every hero in his novel has his own inner fragility and loss, and he does not deny that he has had painful experience. In October 30, 2018, Mr. Zhan Liang Yong died in Hongkong at the age of 94. Hearing this news, my heart is full of sadness: a generation of masters has gone, an era has ended. What remains behind is the quack. Source: NetEase entertainment editor: Lee Si _NBJ11322

I learned well in the second interview, and all the questions were in my mind. He looked at my hands. Its cute to say, but this great writer who can create the whole world with language is a poor-mouthed interviewee. His Mandarin has a strong accent, and his thinking is jumping, and his sentences are often incomplete. Sometimes this interviewer is worried about him. He cant help interrupting, Is that what you want to say...? If I did not guess correctly, he became more anxious and gestured to try to retell. Seeing my puzzled expression, he would laugh embarrassed himself.

What impressed me most was his honesty. He said there were many misunderstandings in his life: when he was young, he wanted to be a diplomat, but he often ran into a wall; when he was a newspaperman, he wrote editorials most attentively, but unexpectedly he was famous for his martial arts novels. Every hero in his novel has his own inner fragility and loss, and he does not deny that he has had painful experience.

In October 30, 2018, Mr. Zhan Liang Yong died in Hongkong at the age of 94. Hearing this news, my heart is full of sadness: a generation of masters has gone, an era has ended. What remains behind is the quack.