Li Ao published erotic novels, saying that the plot absolutely made people blush and beat their hearts (Figure)


  BEIJING, April 25 (Xinhua) Former legislator Li Ao released his latest masterpiece "Virtual 17" on the 25th. Li Ao joked at the press conference that there is an upper and lower age limit for reading this fantastic erotic novel, and people over 80 and under 18 can’t read it, otherwise it will be "frozen (unbearable)", like "Hao Longbin’s father (Hao Baicun) can’t read it".


  According to Taiwan Province’s Dongsen News, today’s press conference of Li Ao’s new book was held in Fuhua Hotel. Li Ao said that although the book is not "illustrated", the story with 360,000 words and 600 pages thick is absolutely blushing and heart-pounding. A reporter asked, are most of the contents of this book real stories of "masters"? He did not change the old urchin’s personality, and said, "Of course, most of them are fake."


  Li Ao also surprisingly said that the reason for publishing this "virtual seventeen-year-old" was that Taiwan Province had no literature at all during the Kuomintang ruling era, and some "monsters" who engaged in modern literature, such as Bai Xianyong and Wang Wenxing, came out. "I tell you, they were successful in life, failed in composition, and their articles were not well written. They learned the fur of foreigners and could not read their books, which was boring." Because "I look down on these people and talk to them.


  Li Ao returned to his old job of writing and finished the novel "Virtual 17-year-old" after he stepped down as a legislator. He said that this book took five years, because it was delayed during his tenure as a "legislator" and he had time to concentrate on writing after leaving office.


  "Virtual 17-year-old" narrates that a 17-year-old beautiful girl’s brain was implanted with a smart chip, and under the inspiration of a 67-year-old master of wisdom (the incarnation of Li Ao), she started the pursuit of spirituality and philosophy. The plot not only talks about ideas like "Beijing Fayuan Temple", but also has climaxes every 5 or 6 pages, so he also automatically classified the new book as a restricted level, added envelopes and affixed stickers.


  Li Ao once said with a smile a few days ago that he is an out-of-date figure. Although the new book is very restricted, I am afraid it is still difficult to sell, but "I am rich and not afraid of losing money!" However, Li Ao was right in this sentence, because the visiting members of the mainland rich group, after seeing his high popularity in the mainland, left the stage and generously gave a big red envelope to cross-strait cultural exchanges, and decided to contribute 30 million yuan to support the establishment of a cultural academy in Li Ao to promote cross-strait cultural exchanges.

Editor: Li Xian