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Martial arts novelist Jin Yong

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Jin Yong (1924-2018), a contemporary Chinese martial arts novelist, journalist, entrepreneur, political critic, and social activist. Jin Yong, formerly known as Cha Lianglu, was born in Haining City, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province, and moved to Hong Kong in 1948. Jin Yong and Huang Zhan, Cai Wei and Ni Kuang also called "the four great talents of Hong Kong." Jin Yong's martial arts novels are the best-selling books in the history of Chinese literature in the 20th century. They have conquered countless readers and set off a boom in academic research.
Jin Yong was admitted to the Diplomacy Department of the Central Political University of Chongqing, China in 1944. In the autumn of 1946, Jin Yong entered Shanghai Ta Kung Pao as an international telecommunications translator. In 1948, he graduated from Shanghai Dongwu University Law School. In 1952, he was transferred to the editorial supplement of the "New Evening News" and wrote screenplays such as "The Perfect Woman" and "Orchid Flower". In 1959, Jin Yong and others founded the "Ming Pao" newspaper in Hong Kong.

On September 11, 1972, "Lu Ding Ji" published the last section in the "Ming Pao", Jin Yong announced the closure of this, which also predicted the end of the golden age of martial arts. In 17 years, Jin Yong wrote a total of 15 martial arts novels: "Book Sword Enemies", "Blood Sword", "The Legend of the Condor Heroes", "Snow Mountain Flying Fox", "The Condor Heroes", "Flying Fox", " Bai Ma Xiao Xi Feng, "Yi Tian Tu Long Ji", "Sword", "Liancheng Yu", "Tian Long Ba Bu", "Xia Ke Xing", "Swordsman", "Lu Ding Ji", "Vietnamese sword". These works have created a total of 1,427 personalities, with a circulation of more than 300 million copies, and more than 100 remakes or related films.

Since 1985, Jin Yong has served as a member of the Basic Law Drafting Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, one of the heads of the Political System Group, a member of the Executive Committee of the Basic Law Advisory Committee, and a member of the Preparatory Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. In 2000, he won the Grand Bauhinia Medal. In September 2009, he was appointed Honorary Vice Chairman of the 7th National Committee of the Chinese Writers Association. In the same year, he was awarded the 2008 World Life Achievement Award for Chinese People. In 2010, he received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge. On October 30, 2018, the founder of the Ming Pao newspaper, a generation of martial arts novels, Cha Lianglan (pen name Jin Yong) died in Hong Kong at the age of 94. On November 2, 2018, General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and President Xi Jinping expressed condolences over the death of Mr. Cha Lianglan and expressed condolences to his relatives.

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