People's Literature (《人民文学》 Renmin wenxue) was the first literary magazine to be created in communist China. The magazine was established in 1949. The calligraphy for the title was done by Chairman Mao Zedong. The publisher is People's Literature Publishing House. Shi Zhanjun is the editor-in-chief of the magazine.
In November 2011 the magazine started its English version, named Pathlight. Later the magazine expanded its multilingual editions, including French and Japanese. The latter edition was launched in 2015 and is named Tomoshibi. It is published annually. The French edition of People's Literature, published annually, was also started in 2015.
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- Mei Jia (4 May 2016). "People's Literature adds Japanese to its multilingual editions". China Daily. Retrieved 10 December 2016.
- Alice Xin Liu (29 November 2011). "Pathlight: New Chinese Writing". Paper Republic. Retrieved 13 September 2015.
- "People's Literature magazine issues first issue of French language edition". Global Times. 20 April 2015. Retrieved 10 December 2016.
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