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SXU hosts Sino-South Korean literature dialogue

Updated : 2018-11-27

School of Literature at Shanxi University hosted a Sino-South Korean literature dialogue on Nov 18.

Park Jae-woo, a professor from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in South Korea, biographical writer Chen Weiren, and other writers, critics and editors were invited to discuss the Shanxi school of writing from a transcultural perspective.

Park Jae-woo shared his understanding of Chinese and South Korean literature based on his teaching experience and expressed curiosity and interest in the development of Shanxi literature.

The dialogue provided a platform for South Korean sinologists and Shanxi writers to communicate about culture.

SXU hosts Sino-South Korean literature dialogue

A Sino-South Korean literature dialogue hosted by the School of Literature at Shanxi University takes place on Nov 18. [Photo/sxu.edu.cn]

 

SXU hosts Sino-South Korean literature dialogue

Attendees pose for a group photo, Nov 18. [Photo/sxu.edu.cn]

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