Jin Yong Wuxia novels in Chinese mainland: from ‘poisonous weeds’ to literary classicsJin Yong Wuxia novels in Chinese mainland: from ‘poisonous weeds’ to literary classicsThere is a saying that “where there are ethnic Chinese, there are fans of Jin Yong.” The writer, whose real name is Cha Jing-yong and who recently passed away, is commonly hailed as the most-read Chinese-language writer with his 15 Wuxia (martial arts and chivalry) classics that have fascinated se

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