Top 15 richest Chinese writers

By Zhang Junmian
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   Wang Shuzeng 王树增


 Royalty Income: 3 million yuan (US$ 0.47 million)

Best seller: "The War of Liberation"

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Born in Beijing in 1952, Wang Shuzeng is a famous Chinese military writer who has been publishing novels since 1972. He has written a series of very popular military-themed works, including "Red Fish", "Dark Gorge", "Pigeon Whistle", "Far East: The Korean War", "Long March", "The Year of 1901" and "The Year of 1911". Literary critics claim that Wang's vivid, truthful and detailed historical depictions are unprecedented in literature. Wang hopes that his works will give Chinese youth an in-depth understanding of China's history.

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