Sabine Peschel, born in 1955, studied Sinology and German language and literature in Tübingen. She has lived in Taipei, worked as a university lecturer in Niigata, Japan and spent 15 years working as a freelance project organizer and translator in Berlin. During that time, she had articles published on China, began working for radio and presented numerous Chinese writers in Germany for the first time. In 1999, Sabine Peschel went to work for Deutsche Welle in Cologne/Bonn as an editor. She translates novels, essays and poetry from the contemporary Chinese literary scene.
Speech in honour of Shumona Sinha und Lena Müller
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