Mian Mian

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Mian Mian (Chinese: 棉棉, b. August 28, 1970 in Shanghai) is a Chinese writer. She writes on China's once-taboo topics and she is a promoter of Shanghai's local music. Her publications have earned her the reputation as China's literary wild child, and some are banned in China.[citation needed]

Her first novel, Candy (糖), has been translated into English. Her other works include 每个好孩子都有糖吃 (Every good child deserves to eat candy), a collection of short stories. Her novel We Are Panic was made into a movie, Shanghai Panic, in which she also acted one of the lead roles.

In late 2009, she sued Google over the company scanning her books for its online library. She demanded ¥61,000 and a public apology. Google removed the book from its library.[1]


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