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Liu Cixin
Liu Cixin is the most well-known science fiction writer in China, whose science fiction stories succeeded in combining imagination with reality and thinking philosophically while expressing scientific beauty. His novel The Three Body Problem won the 73rd Hugo Award for Best Novel, which is the first time that an Asian writer has won this award. In addition, his novel Death’s End (The Three-Body Problem Series, 3) won the Locus Award for Science Fiction Novel, and a series of short stories such as Take Her Eyes and The Wandering Earth won The Galaxy Award, the China’s most prestigious science fiction award, for eight consecutive years. He was also awarded the Clarke Award for Imagination in Service to Society in 2018, becoming the first Chinese to receive this award.