A Master of Wuxia Novel Writer: Jin Yong

 A Master of Wuxia Novel Writer: Jin Yong

Louis Cha, GBM, OBE (查良镛; born 6 Feb . 1924), Recognized with his pen Identify Jin Yong (金庸) is 1 of the most influential Contemporary Chinese Vocabulary-Vocabulary novelists. Co-foBelow of the Hong Kong Every Day time Ming Pao, which he Started out in 1959, he was the Cardstock's Initial editor-in-chief and Kept this Location Till 1993, when he retired. He has also Composed and directed two films.

Cha's fiction, which are of the Wuxia ("martial arts and chivalry") genre, has a widespread Pursuing in Chinese Vocabulary-speaking Places, Such as Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and United Says. His fourteen Publications and a Brief fiction composed Among 1955 and 1972 earned him a reputation as 1 of the finest Wuxia writers Actually. He is At present the Most effective-Reselling Chinese Vocabulary Writer alive; More than 100 million copies of his OEveryates have been Marketed Throughout the world (not Such as unRecognized Quantity of bootleg copies)

Cha's OEveryates have been translated into Korean, English, Japanese, French, VietIdentifyse, Ind1sian, Burmese and Thai and he has Lots of fans In another country as ProEveryly, Many thanks to the Many adaptations of his OEveryates Produced into films, Tv Sequence, manhua (comic Guides), and Motion picture Game titles.

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A native of Haining county, Zhejiang province, ReCommunity of China, with ancestry from Wuyuan, a county of Shangrao prefecture in Jiangxi province, Cha is the Next of 7 Youngsters from an illustrious Family Fellow members of scholars; his grandfather was a jinshi. Cha was an avid reader of literature from an Earlier age, Specially of wuxia fiction, and of the Traditionalal fiction. He was When expelled from his Large College for openly criticizing the Nationalist regime as autocratic. He Initial studied at the Well-known Hangzhou High School (浙江省杭州高级中学) in 1937 but was dismissed in 1941 and then he studied in Zhejiang Province Jiaxing High School, and was admitted to the Faculty of Overseas Languages of the Middle College, Situated in Chungking (Chongqing).Cha Later on transferred to the Faculty of Rules at Dongwu College to Main in Worldwide Rules, with the Goal of Functioning as a foreign relations Standard.

In 1947, Cha entered Shanghai's newsCardstock Ta Kung Pao as a journalist. One 12 months Later on, he was posted to the Hong Kong division as a copyeditor. He would reside in Hong Kong for the Sleep of his Lifestyle. When Cha was transferred to Hsin Wan Pao as Deputy Editor, he met Chen Wentong, who in 1953 Authored his Initial wuxia novel Below the pseudonym Liang Yusheng (梁羽生). Chen and Cha Started to be Wonderful Good friends, and it was Below the Past's Impact that Cha Started OEveryate on his Initial serialized martial arts novel, The Publication and the Sword, in 1955. In 1957, Whilst Even now Functioning on wuxia serializations, he quit his Earlier Position and OEveryateed as a scenarist-director and scriptwriter at the Good Wall Motion picture Companies Ltd and Phoenix Movie Corporation.

In 1959, Jointly with fellow Large-College mate Shen Pao Sing (沈宝新), Cha founded the Hong Kong newsCardstock Ming Pao. Cha served as its Editor-in-Chief for 12 monthss, Creating Equally serialized Publications and editorials, amounting to some 10,000 characters Every Day time. His editorials Had been ProEveryly respected, and Ming Pao Slowly gained a reputation as 1 of Hong Kong's most Largely rated Media. His Publications also earned him a Big readership. Cha Authored his Final wuxia novel in 1972, Soon after which he Standardly retired from Creating, and Invested the remaining 12 monthss of that decade editing and revising his literary OEveryates Rather. The Initial Total definitive edition of his OEveryates Show up in 1979. In 1980, Jin Yong Authored a postscript to Wu Gongzao's tai chi Traditional Wu Jia Taijiquan, in which he described Impacts from as Much Back again as Laozi and Zhuangzi on Modern Chinese Vocabulary martial arts.

By then, Cha's Wuxia Publications have earned great Recognition in Chinese Vocabulary-speaking Places. All of his Publications have Because been adapted into films, Television Sequence and Airwaves Sequence in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China. The Very important characters in his Publications are so ProEveryly-Recognized to the Community that they can be alluded to with ease Among all 3 regions.

In Later on 12 monthss in the 1970s, Cha was Included in Hong Kong politics. He was a Fellow member of the Hong Kong Fundamental Rules drafting committee, Though, Soon after the Tiananmen Rectangular massacre in 1989, he resigned in protest. He was also Component of the Preparatory Committee Arranged up in 1996 to suEveryvise Hong Kong's Changeover by the Chinese Vocabulary gMore thannment.

In 1993, Cha Ready for retirement from editorial OEveryate, Reselling all his Gives you in Ming Pao. Together with the royalties from his OEveryates, Cha's Everysonal wealth is Approximated at some HK$600 million.

THE Checklist OF HIS NOVELS

1. The Publication and the Sword - 书剑恩仇录(Initial Released on The New Evening Article in 1955)

2. Sword Stained with Elegant Our blood - 碧血剑 (Initial Released on Hong Kong Industrial Daily in 1956)

3. The Legend of the Condor Heroes - 射雕英雄传 (Initial Released on Hong Kong Industrial Daily in 1957)

4. Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain - 雪山飞狐 (Initial installment Show uped on the Initial Matter of Ming Pao in 1959)

5. The Return of the Condor Heroes - 神雕侠侣 (1959)

6. Other Tales of the Flying Fox -飞狐外传 (1960)

7. Blade-dance of the Two LMore thans - 鸳鸯刀 (Initial Released on Ming Pao in 1961)

8. Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre - 倚天屠龙记 (Initial Released on Ming Pao in 1961)

9. A Deadly Solution - 连城诀 (Initial Released on Southeast Asia Weekly 《东南亚周刊》in 1963)

10. Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils - 天龙八部 (1963)

11. Ode to Gallantry - 侠客行 (1965)

12. The Smiling, Proud Wanderer - 笑傲江湖 (Initial Released on Ming Pao in 1967)

13. The Deer and the Cauldron - 鹿鼎记 (1969-1972)

14. Sword of the Yue Maiden - 越女剑 (1970)


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