Zheng Yuanjie

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Zheng Yuanjie
Born (1955-06-15) 15 June 1955 (age 62)
Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China
Occupation Writer
Language Chinese
Nationality Chinese
Period 1979–present
Spouse Guo Weiwei (郭维维)
Children Zheng Yaqi (郑亚旗)
Zheng Yafei (郑亚飞)
Zheng Yuanjie
Traditional Chinese 鄭淵潔
Simplified Chinese 郑渊洁

Zheng Yuanjie (Chinese: 郑渊洁; born 15 June 1955) is a Chinese fairy tale author, and founder and sole writer of a children's literature magazine known as the King of Fairy Tales (童话大王). The first issue was published in 1984. His characters (including PiPilu, LuXixi, Shuke, Beita and Luoke) are registered trademarks.

Zheng Yuanjie is critical of conventional methods of education, claiming that "college education tends to make simple things complicated and hard to understand".[1] He chose to home-school his son rather than to send him to middle school.

Zheng Yuanjie currently lives in Beijing.

Books[edit]

  • 《皮皮鲁传》 - Stories about Pi Pilu
  • 《鲁西西送你100个童年》 - Lu Xixi Gives You 100 Childhoods
  • 《鲁西西和豆芽兵》 - Lu Xixi and Sprout Soldiers
  • 《来克历险记》 - The Adventure of Laike

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zheng Yuanjie's 19 years in fairy tales" on chinadaily.com.cn, 10 May 2004 (online)

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