Wu Yin
Wu Yin, editor-in-chief of the Tea Source Geography series, founder of the new life of tea ceremony, director of the National Tea Security Information Center, general planner and producer of spring festival gala for Chinese tea enthusiasts, and master supervisor at South China Agricultural University.
Wang Yuanlin
Wang Yuanlin is a PhD in history. He works at Guangzhou University as the deputy dean of the School of Humanities, professor and doctoral supervisor in the History Department, as well as deputy director of the Academy of Lingnan Culture and Arts.
Wang Yongying
Wang Yongying is a member of the China Writers Association, member of the 9th National Committee of China Writers Association, and vice chairman of Guangxi Writers Association.
Wang Yang
Wang Yang, Ph.D., Professor at the School of Philosophy and Social Development of Huaqiao University.
Wang Bang
Wang Bang is a Chinese writer currently based in UK. She has published a non-fiction collection The Texture of Hard Times: An Observational Memoir of Life in the UK, a collection of film reviews Films and Cities, a manga story Ya San (published in French), and several short story collections and picture books.
Wu Liangyong
Born in 1922, Professor Wu Liangyong is a renowned Chinese architect, urban planner and educationist, an academician of both the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and a former professor of the School of Architecture of Tsinghua University.
Wei Tingge
Wei Tingge, research fellow, doctoral tutor, director of the Chinese Contemporary Music and Aesthetics Research Office of the Music Research Institute of the Chinese National Academy of Arts, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Piano Artistry, and author of Music Appreciation: Piano, Guide to Piano: Answers to 388 Questions, and Collection of Wei Tingge’s Works.
Wang Linbai
Wang Linbai has won the 10th National Excellent Children & Literature Award, the 9th Sichuan Literature Award, the 16th and 18th Taiwan Province Children & Literature Pastor Awards, and so on. His works are creative, interesting and instructive.
Wang Yongying
A famous and kind writer who writes for children. She was born in Guangxi, southern part of China. She loves the beauty of nature and is good at depicting those unique sceneries in the book.
Wang Hongchao
PhD in Literature of Fudan University, is now an associate professor and the director of the Teaching and Research Office of Literature and Arts at the School of Humanities of Shanghai Normal University.