7 December 1918
Shanghai, Republic of China
|Alma mater||Saint John's University, Shanghai|
|Literary movement||Stream of consciousness (narrative mode)|
Liu Yichang (劉以鬯) (born December 1918), in Cantonese Lau Yee Cheung, a notable writer and novelist in Hong Kong. One of his most notable stream of consciousness novellas Tête-bêche (《對倒》) inspires Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Kar-wai's In the Mood for Love.
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|Cantonese||Lau Tongyi||Lau Yee Cheung||–|
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