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Chinese sci-fi novel 'The Three-body Problem' wins Hugo for best novel

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Chinese writer Liu Cixin's science fiction novel 'The Three-Body Problem' has won the 2015 Hugo Award for Best Novel, making him the first Asian writer to win the award.

Chinese sci-fi novel 'The Three-body Problem' wins Hugo for best novel 

"The Three-Body Problem" is a trilogy consisting of "Three-Body", "The Dark Forest" and "Death's End". The series centers on governments and scientists as they react to the invasion of an alien species. It was published in China from 2006 to 2010, and the English version was published in 2014.

The Hugo Awards were established in 1953. They are seen as the highest honors bestowed in science fiction and fantasy writing, along with the Nebula Awards.


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