Meng Xianming, famous writer, scriptwriter, folklorist, is the chairman of Henan Children’s Literature Association, vice chairman of Henan Folklore Association, part-time professor of the School of Literature of Henan University.
Chang Yi, a Manchu born in Beijing, is a contemporary well-known fairy tale writer. She is a member of Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).
Lou Yulie is a world-renowned senior scholar and a master and devoted guardian of excellent traditional Chinese culture. He now undertakes the post of professor of philosophy and Chinese studies and honorary president of Institute of Religious Culture in Peking University, director of Research Institute of Buddhist Culture of China.
Yin Jianling is a best-selling author of books for children and young adults. She is a member of the Shanghai Writers Association and chief editor of Xinmin Evening News (a Shanghai newspaper).
He is a research fellow at East Asian Civilization Studies Center of Institute for Far Eastern Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences.
He is a professor of English at University of California, Santa Barbara, one of the judges of National Book Award in 2011, a finalist of American McCarthy Award, a consultant of editorial board of American World Literature Today and another Chinese winner (2014-2015) of American Guggenheim Award after Bei Dao.
Once enrolling in postgraduate programs at Beijing Normal University and Lu Xun Literature Institute, he is now a member of Chinese Writers Association who has some international influence.
He is a member of the editorial board and the International Academic Committee of Translation of Library of China’s Modern and Contemporary Cultural Classics. Born in 1954 in Wuhan, hegraduated as a bachelor of law from Peking University, in 1982.
He is the director of the editorial board and the International Academic Committee of Translation of Library of China’s Modern and Contemporary Cultural Classics. Born in 1965 in Beijing, he graduated from the Chinese Department, Peking University, in 1986.