ANEXO 1 – Biografía de Lin Yutang
Gran parte de esta información fue lograda por medio la gentil colaboración de Irene Rutledge del Chinese Historical and Cultural Proyect.
Lin Yutang (1895 – 1976)
“Writer and philologist, born in Lun-chi, China. He studied at Shanghai, Harvard, and Leipzig, became professor of English at Peking (1923 - 1926), and Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1927). He lived mainly in the USA from 1936, and was also Chancellor of Singapore University (1954 – 1955). He is best know for his numerous novels, essays, and anthologies relating to Chinese wisdom and culture, and as co-author of the official romanization plan for the Chinese alphabet”.
Alguna literatura desarrollada por Lin Yutang:
“The Wisdom of Confucius”
“The Wisdom of Laotse”
“Between tears and laughter”
“Famous Chinese short stories”
“Importance of Living”
“Moment in Peking”
“My Country and my people”