Chinese writer Shi Tiesheng commemorated

14:10, January 05, 2011      

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A photo and blessing words are displayed at a memorial meeting to commemorate a paralyzed Chinese writer Shi Tiesheng at 798 art zone in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 4, 2011. Shi Tiesheng, best known for his essay "The Temple of Earth and I," died of a cerebral hemorrhage in Beijing on Dec. 31, 2010. Born in 1951, Shi Tiesheng was paralyzed in an accident at the age of 21. Later, he suffered from a kidney illness and had to receive dialysis. Death and suffering have been two major themes of Shi's works. In "The Temple of Earth and I," he wrote that death "is a celebration promised for every one." (Xinhua/Zhu Xilei)


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