Jiang Fangzhou

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Jiang Fangzhou (simplified Chinese: 蒋方舟; traditional Chinese: 蔣方舟; pinyin: Jiǎng Fāngzhōu; born October 27, 1989, in the city of Xiangyang, in Hubei province) is a Chinese infant prodigy author.[1][2] She graduated from Tsinghua University in 2012 and is the author of nine books, among which Unlatched the Window onto the Paradise (Chinese: 打开天窗) is her prose works published when she was 9 and was later adapted for a comic book; and We are Growing (Chinese: 正在发育) is her first novel published in September 2001 and in November its traditional Chinese edition appeared in Taiwan; and Preadolescence (Chinese: 青春前期) in May 2002; Look over Here (Chinese: 都往我这儿看) in October 2002; I am an Animal (Chinese: 我是动物) a long fairy tale in October, 2003, was later adapted for a stage play; The True Story of the Mischievous Child (Chinese: 邪童正史), a column, began to appear both in The Beijing News and Southern Metropolis Daily in November, 2003, was formally published in October 2004; The Rainbow Rider (Chinese: 骑彩虹者) in July 2006; Number One Schoolgirl (Chinese: 第一女生) in July 2007, and Features of Rumors (Chinese: 谣言的特点) in January 2009.


  1. ^ Jensen, Lionel M.; Timothy B. Weston (2007). China's transformations: the stories beyond the headlines. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 172. ISBN 978-0-7425-3863-4.
  2. ^ "Teenage angst in limelight". The Straits Times. 16 July 2009. Retrieved 13 September 2010.