Cao Wenxuan
Cao Wenxuan is an award winning novelist from Jiangsu Province, China. He is the Vice President of the Beijing Writers Association and a professor at Peking University. His works include The Straw House, Dragonfly Eye, and Bronze and Sunflower. He was the first Chinese writer to be awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Award. His novels have been translated into eight languages.
Cui Manli
She is a freelance writer graduating from Nanjing University.Beginning to learn calligraphy when she was four years old, she had her works presented in the International Calligraphy Exhibition in Germany in 2012, which were collected by others.
Chi Zijian
Chi Zijian was born in Mohe in 1964. She started writing while at school and had her first story published in Northern Literature magazine when she was at college. She is the only writer to have won the Lu Xun Literary Award three times. The Last Quarter of the Moon also won the Mao Dun Literary Award. Her work has been translated into many languages.
Chen Wei
Chen Wei, Ph.D. of history of science and technology, research assistant of the Institute for the History of Natural Sciences of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Chen Shangjun
Chen Shangjun, director of the Research Center for Chinese Ancient Literature of Fudan University and distinguished professor of humanities and social sciences.
Chi Yunfei
Chi Yunfei (1957–), professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of History, Capital Normal University. He graduated from the Institute of Qing History, Renmin University of China, in 1999.
Cong Wenjun
Cong Wenjun, owner of Fengcaotang, was born in Jilin in 1949. He served as a member of China Calligraphers Association (CCA), deputy director of the academic committee, deputy director of the seal script committee, professor and doctoral supervisor of the Institute of Ancient Books of Jilin University.
Chen Chuanxi
Chen Chuanxi is a professor and advisor of doctoral candidates at the School of Arts, Renmin University of China, member of the China Artists Association, and guest professor at the China Academy of Art. He researched at the University of Kansas.
Chen Lai
Chen Lai, born in Beijing in 1952, is the dean of Tsinghua Academy of Chinese Learning, professor and doctoral tutor at the Department of Philosophy of Tsinghua University, and deputy director of the Academic Committee of Tsinghua University.
Chen Zhongshi
Chen Zhongshi (1942–2016), born in Baqiao District, Xi‘an City, published his first essay in early 1965, and joined the China Writers Association in 1979.