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Luo Jian Fan (simplified Chinese: 罗剑凡; traditional Chinese: 羅劍凡, born on 23 September 1963 in Anhua, Hunan), is a playwright and novelist. He had worked as an actor and musician in his early years in a local musical troupe in Hunan and later he was admitted to Shanghai Theater Academy for playwriting studies. During the third year in the drama school, he wrote his first full-length play, Black Stallion (simplified Chinese 黑骏马; traditional Chinese 黑駿馬). The play was performed in Shanghai, Beijing and Hohhot in 1986, and it was very successful. "it is the monument of a decade in our new era", cited from the symposium held by China Theatre Association. in 1986, after his graduation, Luo Jian Fan was invited by China's national theatre, China Youth Art Theatre (at the time), to be the playwrig

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  • Luo Jian Fan (simplified Chinese: 罗剑凡; traditional Chinese: 羅劍凡, born on 23 September 1963 in Anhua, Hunan), is a playwright and novelist. He had worked as an actor and musician in his early years in a local musical troupe in Hunan and later he was admitted to Shanghai Theater Academy for playwriting studies. During the third year in the drama school, he wrote his first full-length play, Black Stallion (simplified Chinese 黑骏马; traditional Chinese 黑駿馬). The play was performed in Shanghai, Beijing and Hohhot in 1986, and it was very successful. "it is the monument of a decade in our new era", cited from the symposium held by China Theatre Association. in 1986, after his graduation, Luo Jian Fan was invited by China's national theatre, China Youth Art Theatre (at the time), to be the playwright. Luo Jian Fan relocated himself to the United States due to family reunion in 1994 and later became a US citizen. (en)
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  • Luo Jian Fan (simplified Chinese: 罗剑凡; traditional Chinese: 羅劍凡, born on 23 September 1963 in Anhua, Hunan), is a playwright and novelist. He had worked as an actor and musician in his early years in a local musical troupe in Hunan and later he was admitted to Shanghai Theater Academy for playwriting studies. During the third year in the drama school, he wrote his first full-length play, Black Stallion (simplified Chinese 黑骏马; traditional Chinese 黑駿馬). The play was performed in Shanghai, Beijing and Hohhot in 1986, and it was very successful. "it is the monument of a decade in our new era", cited from the symposium held by China Theatre Association. in 1986, after his graduation, Luo Jian Fan was invited by China's national theatre, China Youth Art Theatre (at the time), to be the playwrig (en)
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