The winners of the Junma Literary Awards for Ethnic Minority Writers (骏马奖) — handed out every three years since 1981 — have just been announced. The competition is designed to promote writing by authors who belong to one of China’s non-Han peoples. Entries are permitted in all indigenous languages. Eight of the 24 winners were written in a minority language, and three were translated into Mandarin, one each from Mongolian, Tibetan and Uyghur.
第十一届（2012—2015）全国少数民族文学创作 “骏马奖” 获奖名单
For full list that includes award-winning novels, short stories, reportage, poetry, essays, and translation, see 骏马奖.