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ges, Literatures and Cultures at the University of Virginia, speaks in an interview with Xinhua at his office in Virginia, the United States, on Sept. 12, 2

019. For Charles A. Laughlin, it has already been his "congenial career" to study and translate contemporary and present-age Chinese literature. (Xinhua/Zho

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u Sa'ang) Contemporary Chinese literature started to take on a greater brilliance when the ancient Asian country launched its reform and opening up in the l

ate 1970s, Laughlin said. When Laughlin started teaching at Yale University more than 20 years ago after he graduated with a PhD in Chinese Literature from

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Columbia University, it was not difficult to decide what to teach. "You have a fairly short list of the really important authors and some really significant

works to use," said Laughlin. The names included Lu Xun, Mao Dun, Cao Yu, and Ba Jin, mostly authors from the first half of the 20th Century. More and more

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Chinese writers and critics have since entered the international arena, he said. In October 2012, novelist Mo Yan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature

for his work that "with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary." "It's hard for me to keep up with all of the great (Chinese

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) authors who are being brought into English," he said. "So I've been responding to that by teaching less and less of the early major authors from 100 years

ago." What also caught Laughlin's attention is the emergence of Chinese science fiction, particularly Liu Cixin's Hugo Award-winning Three-Body Problem, in

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recent years. "They are becoming not only popular among Chinese readers, but also across the world," he said. "There seems to be a lot more excitement and

attention to them than any other movement or group of Chinese writers who has emerged since the 1980s. So I adopt more and more of this." The scholar noted

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confident that their selected Chinese Literature would help Western readers better understand the more complex and richer reality of the fast-transforming Asian power. "What literature does, and this goes for independent documentary films and contemporary feature fil

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ms as well, is to recreate the subjective experience of being Chinese," he said. Literature is the original "virtual reality," be it poetry, fiction, drama or essays, which not only "portrays" what is going on in China today, but "delivers the feeling of experiencing

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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 something 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 limit one's reading to contemporary writers

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