The Lu Xun Literary Prize is a literary prize awarded by the Chinese Writers' Association (simplified Chinese: 中国作家协会; traditional Chinese: 中國作家協會; pinyin: Zhōngguó Zuòjiā Xiéhuì). It is one of China's top four literary prizes and is named after Lu Xun and has been awarded every three years since 1995.
The 2010 Lu Xun literature prize 5th Award Ceremony was held in Shaoxing on October 19, 2010.[needs update] Che Yangao, secretary of the discipline inspection committee in Hubei’s capital city of Wuhan, won the award for his collection of poems "Yearning for Warmth."
The Prize has seven award categories:
National Excellent Novella Award
National Excellent Short Story Award
National Excellent Reportage Award
National Outstanding Poetry Award
National Excellent Prose Essay Prize
National Outstanding Literary Review Awards
National Outstanding Literary Translation Award (formerly the Rainbow Translation Award)