Wen Huang

Wen Huang is a Chicago-based writer and translator. His memoir about growing up in Xian in the 1970s, The Little Red Guard, was a Washington Post Best of 2012 pick. He started translating Chinese non-fiction works in 2005, and since then his translations have been published by Pantheon, Harper Collins and Amazon. In 2007, he was the recipient of a PEN Translation Fund Award. His writings have appeared in The Paris Review, Harper’s Magazine, The Asia Literary Review and Words Without Borders.

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