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Girl with cerebral-palsy pursues literature dream

People's Daily Online)  17:06, January 29, 2013  

Liu Xiaolin (R) and her niece play IQ quizzes on Jan. 25. (Xinhua/ Guo Xulei)

Edited and translated by Wang Xin, People's Daily Online.

"I am so happy; my novel has been recognized by readers". Liu Xiaolin, 25, who suffers from cerebral palsy, wrote in her microblog (Weibo). In four years, she has completed six fictions of 2 million words to express her spiritual world.

Poor health and lack of money compelled her to discontinue studies after graduating from primary school. But the computer, a gift from her father, changed her life. She started to pursue the dream of literature. She wrote her dreams and world into love stories and posted them online, and these stories became very popular on the Internet attracting numerous readers and fans. Her great wish is her love stories could be published and adapt into TV drama.

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