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(K'o huan wen hsueh)

s. l., s. n., 1980. 142 p. (Tranliteration and information cf. Library of Congress.)

(Tso chia lun k'o hsueh wen i)

Hong Kong: s. n., 1980. (Tranliterated Chinese title cf. Library of Congress)

1982: foreign SF in Chinese

Locus 16(7):15. July 1983.

1997 Beijing International Conference on Science Fiction

Locus 39(4): 39-43, 70. October 1997.

A Brief Introduction to Chinese Science Fiction

Mithila Review. November 2, 2016. [14 p.] Online resource: http://mithilareview.com/wang_11_16/

A Fearful Symmetry: The Novel of the Future in Twentieth-Century China.

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 66(3): 456-471. 2003.

A Report of Csfs 2003: 2003 Conference on Science Fiction Studies, October 2003, Taiwan

Online Report to Listserv: Copy housed in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Collection, Cushing Library, Texas A&M University. [10 p.] (Collected Papers, under Lin, Danny J.)

An interview by G. Iannuzzi with Lorenzo Andolfatto: Shi Kong and the translation of Chinese science fiction in Italy

in: Bertoni, Roberto, ed. Aspects of science fiction since the 1980s: China, Italy, Japan, Korea. s.l.: Casalini Libri (CASA), 2015. p. 109-120.

Another Word: Chinese Science Fiction and Chinese Reality

Clarkesworld Magazine No. 110, November 2015. (http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/another_word_11_15/) Accessed 19.January.2016.

Another Word: The Joy of Helping

Clarkesworld Magazine No. 123, December 2016. (http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/another_word_12_16/) Accessed 15.August.2017

Baoyu in Wonderland: Technological Utopia in the Early Modern Chinese Science Fiction Novel

in: Zhang, Yingjin, ed. China in a Polycentric World: Essays in Chinese Comparative Literature. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1998. p. 152-172.

Being Alien in Beijing

SFFWA Bulletin 29(4): 19-22. Spring 1996. (No. 129)

Beyond Narcissism: What Science Fiction Can Offer Literature,

Science Fiction Studies 40(1): 22-32. March 2013.

Bogus Harry Potter Book in China

Science Fiction Chronicle 24(9): 10. September 2002. (No. 228)

Brave New World of Chinese Science Fiction (1)

Xinhua News Agency August 21, 2002. (Cited from Insite 2 online database.)

Brave New World of Chinese Science Fiction (2)

Xinhua News Agency August 21, 2002. (Cited from Insite 2 online database.)

Brave New World of Chinese Science Fiction (3)

Xinhua News Agency August 21, 2002. (Cited from Insite 2 online database.)

Brief History of Chinese SF

Fantasy Review of Fantasy and Science Fiction 7(3): 11-12. April 1984.

Celestial Empire: The Emergence of Chinese Science Fiction

Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2017. 261 p.

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