Born in Beijing in 1983, Chun Shu dropped out of high school in 2000 and began writing. She loves poems and novels, and is fascinated with underground rock music and the "punk spirit." She created a sensation on Wenxue2000.com, where she was chosen as the best poet on the website. She has also won praise from Southern Weekend. She even rebuked students at Beijing Normal University at a meeting on the expression of poems.
Published works include novels such as Beijing Doll (Beijing Wawa), Fun and Games (Changda Bantian De Huanle), and Red Kid (Hong Haizi); some essay collections and poetries
In February 2004, Beijing Doll (Beijing Wawa) author Chun Sue appeared on the cover of Asia Times along with author Han Han, hacker Man Zhou and rock musician Li Yang to represent the Chinese generation born in the 1980s.
In February 2004, she won the fifth edition of the Golden Finger of the Internet Culture Pioneer Award
In June 2004, she appeared on the cover of Lifeweek.
In September 2004, she was invited to Norway to participate in the International Poetry Festival.
In 2007, her work Red Kid (Hong Haizi) was published.
(Translated by WU WENJIA)