July 11, 1974
Ningbo, Zhejiang, China
|Pen name||Annie Baby (安妮宝贝)
Qing Shan (庆山)
|Occupation||Novelist, short story writer|
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. Her first work in print was the 2000 novella Goodbye Vivian.
She is nicknamed "Flower in the Dark" by her readers due to her novels' themes of loneliness and isolation. Her work appears in Chinese magazines Harvest, Writers and Elle. She lives in Beijing.
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- Profile from www.chinese-shortstories.com (in French)
- Peony Literary Agency profile
- Fiction by Li Jie at WorldCat
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