Nobel laureate Gao Xingjian: 'I've had three lives'

Gao Xingjian became the first Chinese-born writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2000. His win however, was ignored by China, where his works have been banned for years.

He spoke to the BBC's Helier Cheung in Singapore, where he touched on experiences during China's Cultural Revolution. If you want more detail, read the full story here.

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