Lao She

Died aged c. 67

Lao She (Chinese: 老舍; born Shu Qingchun; 3 February 1899 – 24 August 1966) was a noted Chinese novelist and dramatist. He was one of the most significant figures of 20th-century Chinese literature, and best known for his novel Rickshaw Boy and the play Teahouse (茶館). He was of Manchu ethnicity, and his works are known especially for their vivid use of the Beijing dialect.

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Lao She 1899-1966 Chinese writer lived here 1925-1928

31 St James’s Gardens, London, United Kingdom where they lived (1925-1928)