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ic richness of language and text. But I also use more film and visual culture in my classes."As to his students' reaction to the "By the River" novel▓la collection, he said: "American students who ▓don't know so much about China find it a little difficult to relate to the problems and issues that characters in these stories are de▓aling with.""Some of them liked stories more ▓than I

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expected them to. And some of them disliked stories that I thought that they▓ would like," he said. "But I think they make a ▓great component to use in teaching about modern and contemporary Chinese literature.""Apart from learning the thoughts

, feelings, and prior▓ities of Chinese characters or authors, I think li▓terature helps convince us of our common humanity," he said. "This is particularly important in a world that uses language and media increasingly to divide us and distance us from others.""People who don't ▓read foreign literatures are more likely ▓to view people of other cultures as fundamentally d▓ifferent and incomprehensible. Literature ▓reminds us that behind walls of politics and ideology there continue to be ordinary people, f

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lirting with each other, dealing with the deaths of thei▓r parents, stealing bicycles, catching a cold, compet▓ing for recognition, or worrying that they look too old when they see themselves in the mirror," he said."We can relate to these things

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, and▓ the power of this ability to relate is multiplied when i▓t crosses linguistic and cultural barriers. When you can see this commonality, you are▓ less likely to dehumanize someone fr▓om another culture with stereotypes and prejudice, and

this could help diminish a lot of hatred and▓ violence," he said.In today's highly visual, digital culture, the challenge is "how to get literature▓ in front of people," Laughlin said."We are all still reading. Our relationship with paper is changing...the amount of reading happening o▓n screens is surprisingly voluminous, including my own," he said. "So it's about us helping it proliferate through social media, with hashtags and through opinion infl▓uencers."Science fiction from China, which is highly literary, has a lot of momentum in di▓gital culture, especially now that it is coming out in movie form such as The Wandering Earth, h▓e noted.He said Liu Cixin's fictional worlds, such as the▓ one in the Three Body Problem, point to the past▓ history and culture, and invite readers to ex▓plore further.Similarly, gamers may encounter The Three Kingdoms, a 14th-century histor▓ical novel considered as one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature, in the form of a game, and it and other novels in the form of fan fiction, he said."I don't know how much fan fiction can lead re▓aders back to grea

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