Anni Baobei

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Anni Baobei
Born 励婕
Li Jie
(1974-07-11) July 11, 1974 (age 42)
Ningbo, Zhejiang, China
Pen name Annie Baby (安妮宝贝)
Qing Shan (庆山)[1]
Occupation Novelist, short story writer
Language Chinese
Nationality Chinese
Period 1998-
Genre Novel
Children 1[2]

Li Jie (Chinese: 励婕; pinyin: Lì Jié), more commonly known by her pen name Anni Baobei or Annie Baby (Chinese: 安妮宝贝), is a Chinese novelist, born 11 July 1974 in Ningbo, Zhejiang.[3] Her first work in print was the 2000 novella Goodbye Vivian.[3]

She is nicknamed "Flower in the Dark" by her readers due to her novels' themes of loneliness and isolation.[4] Her work appears in Chinese magazines Harvest, Writers and Elle. She lives in Beijing.[5]


  • Goodbye Vivien
  • The Flower across the Bank
  • Two and Three Matters
  • Lotus[6]
  • Padma[7]


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