BiographyWang Lixiong born in 1953 with Changchun in Mandchourie and resides at Beijing. It was sent in rehabilitation during the Cultural revolution, and must in particular follow studies of automobile mechanics. After the Cultural revolution, he will work in an automobile factory in Mandchourie then with Wuhan. It is interested in the policy and conceptualizes a model of electoral system by stages as of 1975. In 1978, it takes part in the movement of the Mur of the Democracy and publishes a first test in the Jintian review (Today). It publishes its first novel in 1983. In 1984, it descends the Jaune river on a raft crossing from the territories Tibetans, and starts to be interested in the Tibetan question. It adheres to Association Chinese writers in 1988 and it resigns in 2001 of it. In 1994, it finishes a political book of theory, Rongjie quanli - zhuceng dixuan zhi (Diffusion of the capacity - an electoral system by stages), proposing democratic reforms adapted to China. In 1994, Wang Lixiong with the creation of an Governmental organization (ONG) for environmental protection, Ziran zhi you (Friends of nature). Between 1995 and 1998, it frequently goes to the Tibet and publishes the Tianzang study: Xizang of mingyun (celestial Funeral: the destiny of Tibet). In 1999, it is interested in the Xinjiang and will be stopped, but it publishes in 2001 Xinjiang zhuiji (Memories of Xinjiang) where he reconsiders his mishaps in Urumchi. Wang Lixiong on the occasion to meet several time the Dalaï Lama with which it will have thorough discussions. In 2002, it publishes Yu dalailama duihua (Discussions with the Dalai Lama).
Wang Lixiong supported Tenzin Delek Rimpoche, a large LAMA Tibetan of the area of Litang which was wrongfully shown of attack. The December 13rd 2002, Chinese Wang Lixiong and 24 other intellectuals signed a petition which claimed lawyers independent in the appeal of Tenzin Delek Rimpoche, the right for the international local mediums and to cover the lawsuit and of interviewing the civils servant of the Chinese government and the possibility for representatives of the community Tibetan in exile of attending the lawsuit. Wang Lixiong and other Chinese authors in China and outside invited controlling them Chinese to seriously consider the approach of the center gate suggested by the Dalai Lama and to make of it the base of a statute negotiated for the future of the Tibet. Wang Lixiong thinks that the Dalai Lama is the key to solve the question of the Tibet. Its meetings with the Dalaï Lama and her analysis of the situation of Tibet is in particular described in its work Unlocking Tibet
Wang Lixiong is married with the poetess and analyst Tibetan Öser. Both blogs of Öser were suddenly closed at the end of July 2006, at the request of the Chinese authorities and whereas a wave of censure denounced by Reporters without borders struck the Chinese Internet. Öser published tests there on the culture Tibetan, as of the articles of Wang Lixiong whose forum was also closed.
- 1994 Rongjie quanli - zhuceng dixuan zhi (Diffusion of the capacity - an electoral system by stages)
- 1998 Xizang of mingyun (celestial Funeral: the destiny of Tibet)
- 2001 Xinjiang zhuiji (Memories of Xinjiang)
- 2002 Yu dalailama duihua (Discussions with the Dalai Lama).
- 2005 Unlocking Tibet: In Chinese Author' S Perspective one Tibet Exit , Switzerland, by Wang Lixiong and Woeser
- 2008 prohibited Memory. Testimonys on the Cultural revolution in Tibet , ED. Blue of China, transl. Li Zhang & Bernard Bourrit. (to be appeared, with an article of Wang Lixiong)
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