Writer Liu Cixin on How His Visions of the Future Collide With Reality – The Wall Street Journal

Oct. 5, 2021 11:00 am ET
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Catastrophe has often befallen the worlds created by novelist Liu Cixin, from the threat of alien annihilation in his 2008 book “The Three-Body Problem” to an exploding sun engulfing the planet in his 2000 novella “The Wandering Earth.” China’s most prominent science fiction writer has attracted a global following for his epic stories, counting among his fans Mark Zuckerberg and Barack Obama.
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