Ya Ding

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Ya Ding (Chinese: 亚丁; born 1959) is a Chinese writer[1] and translator.

He comes from a little village[specify] in North China and after his secondary studies he went working as a farmer thanks to Down to the Countryside Movement. After Cultural Revolution, he created the first University of Beijing student revue and started to translate French authors.



  • 1987 Le Sorgho rouge, novel
  • 1988 Les Héritiers des sept royaumes, novel
  • 1990 Le Jeu de l'eau et du feu, novel,
  • 1992 Le Cercle du petit ciel, novel
  • 1994 La Jeune Fille Tong, novel


  1. ^ Oklahoma, University of (1989). World literature today. University of Oklahoma Press. p. 332. Retrieved 9 June 2011.