Qijun
Qi Jun (1917-2006)  
Chi Chun 琦君 (or 1918-2006)
pseud. of Pan Xizhen
原名潘希真

根据其同名小说改编的电视剧 《橘子红了》 近年风靡海峡两岸。
琦君:温州的文化遗产

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