|Chen Soon Shin|
18 February 1924|
|Died||21 January 2015
|Genre||novels, cultural critics|
Chin Shunshin or Chen Shunchen (陳 舜臣?) (18 February 1924 – 21 January 2015) was a Taiwanese-Japanese novelist, translator and cultural critic. He is best known for his historical fictions and mystery novels, including First Opium War, Chinese History, Ryukyu Wind.
- Roots of Dried Grass (枯草の根)
- House Three Colors - Showa Treasure Mysteries (三色の家), Fusosha
- The Sapphire Lion Incense Burner (青玉獅子香炉)
- Chinese History (中国の歴史)
- Ryukyu Wind (琉球の風)
- Genghis Khan's Family (チンギス・ハーンの一族)
- The Taiping Rebellion. Translated by Joshua A. Fogel. orig. Taihei Tengoku. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe. 2001. ISBN 0765601001.
- The 23rd Mystery Writers of Japan Award
- The 60th Naoki Prize in 1968 for The Sapphire Lion Incense Burner
- The 7th Edogawa Rampo Prize in 1961 for 枯草の根
- "'小説家の陳舜臣さん 死去'". 21 January 2015. Retrieved 21 January 2015.
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