Most read this week in chinese literature

Chinese literature extends thousands of years, from the earliest recorded dynastic court archives lớn the mature fictional novels that arose during the Ming Dynasty to lớn entertain the masses of literate Chinese. The introduction of widespread woodbloông xã printing during the Tang Dynasty (618–907) & the invention of movable type printing by Bi Sheng (990–1051) during the Song Dynasty (960–1279) rapidly spread written knowledge throughout Đài Loan Trung Quốc. In more modern times, the author Lu Xun (1881–1936) is considered the founder of baihua literature in Đài Loan Trung Quốc.


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“Perhaps the god who had made the Cat People intended them as a joke. They had schools, but no education; politicians but no government; people, but no personal integrity; faces, but no concept of face. One had lớn admit that their god had gone a little too far with his little joke.” ― Lao She


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“The library was a great sprawling complex with rolls and rolls of paper tucked inlớn many shelves. Between the reading rooms were courtyards with living fountains & singing birds and butterflies that would transsize into handsome young women lớn guide or entertain anyone who stayed there any length of time. I saw one among the stacks, explaining an older style of calligraphy to the newly appointed Heavenly Marine Official of the South China Sea. In another wing, a librarian stepped from her chry The library was a great sprawling complex with rolls and rolls of paper tucked into many shelves. Between the reading rooms were courtyards with living fountains & singing birds và butterflies that would transform into handsome young women khổng lồ guide or entertain anyone who stayed there any length of time. I saw one aước ao the stacks, explaining an older style of calligraphy to lớn the newly appointed Heavenly Marine Official of the South Đài Loan Trung Quốc Sea. In another wing, a librarian stepped from her chrysalis for the first time, reciting T’ang Dynasty poetry to the flowers. That’s how I knew I was in the right section. ...more” ― Larissa Lai, Salt Fish Girl

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