Xiao Wenge Net Worth

Xiao Wenge was born in Beijing, China, China. Xiao Wenge is the former chair of DMG Entertainment, a movie and TV company that helped make 'Iron Man 3' alongside Walt Disney's Marvel. Xiao also invests in real estate.
Xiao Wenge is a member of Media & Entertainment

💰 Net worth: $2.2 Billion (Updated at 22 June 2018)

2015 $2.1 Billion
2016 $2.2 Billion
2017 $3 Billion
2018 $2.2 Billion

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Awards and nominations:

· Top 10 novellas of 2017 as ranked by the China Fiction Association, for Gold Dust 《金尘》 · Top prize in the First Global Chinese Prose Competition, 2014, for Carrying the Soul Back Home 《背灵魂回家》 · The Chinese Writers Erdos Literature Award (2011), Zhongshan Cup Overseas Literature Award (2011), and the 2011 Best TV Script Award sponsored by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Radio, Film and Television, for Invented in China · Top 10 short stories of 2009 as ranked by the China Fiction Association, for The Kilt and Clover 《苏格兰短裙和三叶草》 · United Daily Literature Award, 2004 · Central Daily News literature Award, 1996, Taiwan



Biography/Timeline

2004

· Vice Chair and Chair of the Chinese Pen Society of Canada from 2004-2012 · Co-organized the First Chinese Canadian International Literature Symposium in 2011 · Presented at a number of Oversea Chinese Literature conferences in China · Interviewed by CCTV (China) in 2006 and 2014, by OMNI Television in 2010 and 2014, by Fairchild TV in 2009, by Jiamusi TV station in 2010, and by a number of journals in China, and Canada · Presentations of readings and lectures at schools including the University of Toronto, York University and Western University in Canada, and Jinan University in China

2017

· A translated version of Carrying the Soul Back Home has been published on the Ricepaper.ca website and was included in the Ricepaper 2017 print anthology Currents. · First original English short story Return to Gander was published in an anthology of short stories by Chinese authors entitled The Strangers in 2016.

2019

· Fiction Monthly · People’s Literature · Literature World · World Journal · Fiction World · Beijing Literature · People’s Daily · The China Press · Prose · Baihuazhou Magazine