A Cheng

A Cheng oder Ah Cheng (* 1949) ist das Pseudonym des chinesischen Schriftstellers und Drehbuchautoren Zhong Acheng.



  • Painted Skin (Hua pi zhi yinyang fawang, 1993)
  • Springtime in a Small Town (Xiao cheng zhi chun, 2002)
  • The Go Master (Wu Qingyuan, 2006) über Wu Qingyuan


  • Qi wang - known in English as The Chess Master
  • Hai zi wang


  • Ah Cheng: Three Kings, trans. and introd. by Bonnie McDougall. Collins Hrvill 1990
  • A Cheng: Baumkönig - Kinderkönig - Schachkönig. Erzählungen aus China. Übers. von Anja Gleboff, Dortmund : Projekt-Verlag, 1996


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