Wang XingChu (USA)
Wang XingChu (USA)

 
Famous poet, prose writer, member of Chinese Writers Association, and former Deputy Secretary of Fujian Writers Association. His poems won him Excellence Award and Excellent Children's Literature Award in Fujian Province. His collection of poems “Canoe” was published in 1989 by Chinese WenLian Press. Later, he immigrated to the US and is living in San Francisco. He not only has got many poems, proses, novels and essays published in the US, Australia, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, but also has hosted many columns on the newspapers in the US, Hong Kong, and China. He has earned high comments from Herb Caen, famous US columnist. His poems are engraved on the entrance of HuaDuan Library in San Francisco. His Collection of poems “Puberty of the Moon” was published in Taiwan in 1998; “Collection of Wang XingChu Short Poems” in 2002, and “Travel Alone” in 2005. His collection of proses “Death of Butterflies” was published in 2002. He won the 2nd Excellent World Chinese Literature Award for his Proses in 2003.

He organized, edited and got some books published, which include “Dream Search in North America”, and “Selection of Famous Chinese Proses in the US”. Currently he is the chief editor of “Chinese and Foreign Fora” and deputy chief editor of “American Chinese Literature”.