A Dictionary of Maqiao discussed in Serbia

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A seminar on Han Shaogong's book A Dictionary of Maqiao was held in Serbia on Nov 14.

An event of the Chinese Literature Readers' Club in Serbia, the discussion was sponsored by the China Writers Association and co-organized by the China National Publications Import and Export (Group) Co., Ltd. and the Geopoetika publishing house in Serbia.

Chinese writer Han Shaogong, associate professor of Chinese language and literature at the University of Belgrade and literary translator Mirjana Pavlovic, president of Geopoetika Viadislav Bajac, associate professor Zoran Skrobanovic and assistant professor Ana Jovanović at the University of Belgrade, as well as nearly 100 readers and local students participated in the event online and offline.

Han shared his writing process of A Dictionary of Maqiao and emphasized the importance of life observations and precise use of vocabulary.

Bajac, as a novelist and the publisher of the Serbian edition of A Dictionary of Maqiao, shared his insights on the language and writing techniques of the book.

Zoran Skrobanovic, the translator of the Serbian version of A Dictionary of Maqiao, expressed his love for the book and shared his efforts in dealing with special expressions.

Subsequently, teachers and students from the University of Belgrade and other schools conducted discussions with Han on topics such as the language, creative process and literary value of the book, which further deepened the Serbians’ understanding of the work and promoted the cultural exchanges between the people of China and Serbia.

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