Reading "Beijing Zero Kilometer": Chen Guanzhong, who insists on wandering in "Nezha City of Living Goods", who crawls through history and speaks boldly In the spring of 2013, Chen Guanzhong handed over his novel " Naked Life ". I was asked by the publishing house and magazine to conduct an exclusive interview with him. Before that, in 2009, he first published the dystopian satirical fable novel " Prosperity: China 2013 ". In the novel, everyone inhaled a gas, and time disappeared for a month. China entered a "prosperous age", and everyone Immerse yourself in the happiness of "Hi Lai Lai". The most interesting sentence in the novel is: "In a good hell, people still know that they are in hell, but after a long time in a pseudo-paradise, people get used to it and think that they are already in heaven." Bold irony After 2008,
China The pervasive theory of prosperous times just deliberately pushed the time back a few years and added science fiction elements. On the other hand, "Naked Life" depicts sex in a naked way. It uses the physical awakening of a Tibetan youth to boldly touch on the relationship between China and Tibet, and challenge sensitive taboo issues once again. Wedding Photo Editing Then in 2015, he handed over "The Second Year of Jianfeng ", setting the Kuomintang and the Communist Party to win the civil war, and the history was rewritten. The "Republic of China" was on the mainland, and a piece of new China's history was constructed. He opened his bow from left to right, and was criticized by both the Communist Party and the Kuomintang. It is doomed that several novels cannot be published in China.
It is no exaggeration to say that Edison Chen is the most daring novelist in the Chinese-speaking world to criticize Chinese phenomena. It was only that year's visit that what impressed me the most was that he was gray-haired and gentle, and he didn't look angry or rebellious. He satirizes China so sensitively, but what is surprising is that he actually has expectations for China instead of despair. In 2000, he moved to Beijing. The purpose of moving there was to write about China, to see China's "big drama" and to participate in the great changes in China. Of course, his expectations for China also attracted some criticism for him, and even in Hong Kong and Taiwan, he did not hide his attitude. In 2016, he came to Taiwan again as a writer-in-residence at Donghua University and started some speaking trips. Since he is regarded as a Hong Kong writer, a student