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How to Make It as a Chinese Writer (In the 16th century): Huan Jin | Veritalk

Harvard University on February 25, 2013 21:06

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    PhD candidate in East Asian Languages and Civilizations Huan Jin joins us to discuss Chinese literature in the age of Shakespeare, when the entrenched culture of the elite literati was threatened by an expansion of commercial printing. We also discuss the importance of Chinese New Year for Chinese students abroad.


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