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Lite▓rature is the original "virtual reality," be it poetry, fiction, drama or essays, which not only "portrays" what i▓s going on in China today, but "delivers the feeling of experiencing it, often in emotionally intense settings such as love or trauma," said Laughlin."When it is very good, it may also rise above the moment and say somet

nd many other important Chinese au▓thors of the early 20th century had tr

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hing ▓more profound about China, the world, or humanity which is something we also don't expect▓ from media coverage," he said."One doesn't▓ need to limi

g globally influen

t one's reading to contemporar▓y writers," he said. "The more you read back into t▓he century before and the centuries before that...the more you see the

tial. I think

continuities and changes o▓f Chinese culture."CROSSING CULTURAL BARRIERS IN DIGITAL, VISUAL WORLDLaughlin has been chan▓ging his syllabus and ways of teac

it's a great p

hing his students about literature in general as it is bec▓oming "marginalized by digital culture and▓ visual culture." His Chinese literature▓ course is

henomenon," he

no exception."I think another challenge▓ we have here is that students are not neces▓sarily reading a lot of literature anyway, " he said. "We ha▓ve to dr

said. "So the

aw their attention back to the specific richness of language and text. But I also use more film and visual culture in my classes.▓"As to his students' re

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action to the "By the River" novella 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 dea

ling with.▓""Some of them liked stories more than I exp▓ected 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 abo▓u

t modern and contemporary Chinese literature.""Apart fr▓om learning the thoughts, feelings,▓ and priorities of Chinese characters or authors, I think literature helps convince us of our common humanity," he said. "This

is particularly important in a world that uses language and media increasingly to d▓ivide us and distance us from others.""Peopl▓e who don't read foreign literatures▓ are more likely to view people of other cultures as

▓fundamentally different and incomprehensible. Literature reminds us that behind walls of p▓olitics and ideology there continue to be ordi▓nary people, flirting with each other, dealing with ▓the deaths of their paren

ts, stealin▓g bicycles, catching a cold, compet▓ing for recognition, or worrying that they look too old wh▓en they see themselves in the mirror," he said."We can rel▓ate to these things, and the power of this ability t


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o relate is multiplied when it crosses lingu▓istic and cultural barriers. When you can see this commonality, you are less likely t▓o dehumanize someone from another culture with stereotypes and prejudice, and this coul▓d help diminish a lot of hat

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