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CLASSICAL TEXT GETS NOVEL TREATMENT

By Mei Jia | China Daily | Updated: 2018-07-13 07:38

A child-friendly version of A Dream of Red Mansions has just been released, reports Mei Jia.

For those Chinese who want to find their cultural roots, there's nothing better than classical traditional texts.

And Liu Xinwu, 76, a writer and renowned expert on A Dream of Red Mansions, says the novel is the best gateway into traditional Chinese culture, not only because of its literary merits, but also because of the many cultural aspects contained in the novel like poetry, culinary traditions, tea culture, costumes and architecture.

CLASSICAL TEXT GETS NOVEL TREATMENT

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