Shi Zhecun (施蛰存)Modern
Shi Weicun (December 3, 1905 - November 19, 2003), formerly known as Shi Depu, the word 蛰存, commonly used pen names Shi Qingping, An Hua, etc., Hangzhou, Zhejiang. A famous writer, translator, educator, and professor of the Chinese Department of East China Normal University. In 1923, he was admitted to Shanghai University and later transferred to Datong University and Aurora University. Since 1932, he has edited the large-scale literary monthly magazine Modern in Shanghai and has been engaged in novel creation. He is the earliest representative of the "new feelings" in China. In 1952, he was transferred to the professor of East China Normal University. In 1993, he was awarded the "Outstanding Contribution Award of Shanghai Literature and Art". On November 19, 2003, Shi Wei died in Shanghai at the age of 99. Shi Zhecun has learned a lot of talents, and has both ancient and modern Chinese and foreign achievements in literature creation, classical literature research, rubbing research, and foreign literature translation. There is "Shi Zhecun's Anthology".