Mo Yan sees film Red Sorghum with students in Stockholm

2012-12-10 07:33:30 GMT2012-12-10 15:33:30(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English
Chinese writer and 2012 Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan meets with college students before they see the film Red Sorghum based on Mo Yan's manuscript in Stockholm, capital of Sweden on Dec. 9, 2012.(Photo/Xinhua)Chinese writer and 2012 Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan meets with college students before they see the film Red Sorghum based on Mo Yan's manuscript in Stockholm, capital of Sweden on Dec. 9, 2012.(Photo/Xinhua)
Chinese writer and 2012 Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan applause with college students who come to see the film Red Sorghum based on Mo Yan's manuscript in Stockholm, capital of Sweden on Dec. 9, 2012.(Photo/Xinhua)Chinese writer and 2012 Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan applause with college students who come to see the film Red Sorghum based on Mo Yan's manuscript in Stockholm, capital of Sweden on Dec. 9, 2012.(Photo/Xinhua)
Chinese writer and 2012 Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan (front R) greets college students who come to see the film Red Sorghum based on Mo Yan's manuscript in Stockholm, capital of Sweden on Dec. 9, 2012. (Photo/Xinhua)Chinese writer and 2012 Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan (front R) greets college students who come to see the film Red Sorghum based on Mo Yan's manuscript in Stockholm, capital of Sweden on Dec. 9, 2012. (Photo/Xinhua)

Chinese writer and 2012 Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan went to see the film Red Sorghum based on Mo Yan's manuscript in Stockholm, capital of Sweden on Dec. 9, 2012, with college students.

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