Bing Xin (Chinese: 冰心) (1900–1999) was one of the most prolific writers of 20th-century Chinese literature. She is known for her philosophy of love and optimism.
- English: If life is boring, I fear that there is a next life. If life is fun, the current life is already satisifactory.
- Bygone 往事 (1922)
- English: Forget whatever should be forgotten, so that you can remember what should be remembered."
- China Daily (English Edition) obituary 1999
- Literal English: There is love, there is everything.
- Meaning: Love makes everything possible.
- Life motto and the title of one of her books
- English: Life begins at eighty.
- English: If there are no women in the world, this world will lose at least five-tenth of Truth, six-tenth of Benevolence, and seven-tenth of Beauty.
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