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Fang Fang (in Chinese:方方, born 11 May 1955) is a Chinese writer who won the Lu Xun Literary Prize in 2010. She was born in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province. She went to Wuhan University in 1978 to study Chinese. In 1975, she began to write poetry and in 1982, she launched her first novel Da Peng Che Shang (大篷车上). In 1987, she released her masterpiece "Feng Jing"(风景), and won the 1987-1988 national outstanding medium-length novel award. Her other work, including Qin Duan Kou (琴断口), and Xing Yun Liu Shui(行云流水),"Jiang Na Yi An"(江那一岸),"Yi Chang San Tan"(一唱三叹), have been well received as well. Since she cares much about the poor, many of her work reflect their genuine lives.