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The Lushan Society Learning Book Club is a new creative cultural social event! By limiting the number of participants (15-18 people) and the unique design of the event process, we are committed to creating a platform that enables you to interact, socialize, and access information efficiently. Let us bring you a different experience!
Share people: Wei Wei
Sharing Bibliography: Journey to the West
Time: 2015.5.3 2:30pm to 5:00pm
Location: Fordham University (113 West 60th Street), the address will be notified after registration.
Registration link: Click on the bottom left corner"Read the original”or"Read more”, will jump to the event registration link.
Master of Education Technology graduates from Columbia University. He is currently a software engineer at Amplify Education and teaches part-time at Columbia University. His people love to read and share. They have shared books such as Laozi, Sun Tzu's Art of War, Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic, and Seven Habits of High-Efficiency People.
When I was a child, I was in New York, Xianyang, 15 years old. Graduated from Stony Brook University, doing actuarial work at a French insurance company. From 2007 to 2012, he was sent to Paris, Hong Kong and Jakarta. Returned to the US branch at the end of 12th. Like self-challenge, new things, documentaries, self-driving brigades. I have traveled to 31 countries. Personally think that Jordan's self-driving tour is the most interesting.
Sharing bibliographic introduction:
Journey to the West
One of the four classic Chinese classics is the first romantic novel of the ancient Chinese novel written by Wu Chengen, a novelist of the Ming Dynasty. The plot is complicated and far from being as simple as described in the TV series. Through the original text we can answer some questions:
How strong is Sun Wukong? Why is it so weak on the road to getting through, always being stumped by various monsters?
Why did Tang Zhen want to learn from the West?
What is the relationship between Jade Emperor, Laojun and Ruyi?
What is the identity of the six-eared macaque?
Who is the Bodhi ancestor?
About the Author:
Born in 1500, died in 1582, the word 汝 忠, No. Huai Haishi, and also shot Yangshan people. Huai'an Prefecture, Shanyang County (now Huai'an District, Huai'an City, Jiangsu Province). An outstanding novelist of the Ming Dynasty in China, with one of the four classic Chinese classics, "Journey to the West", was translated into Esperanto. Wu Chengen was rich in his life, but his family was poor and had no children. His works were lost. According to the record, there is also a collection of mysterious novels, "Ding Ding Ji", which has been lost. Wu Chengen’s nephew Sun Qiudu collected his remaining manuscripts, leaving only “11 in a thousand”, including a volume of poems and three volumes of prose. Later generations compiled their poems into "The Record of Mr. Sheyang."
Highly interactive activity process:
1) The sharer introduces the book and expresses his own opinion (about 15 minutes);
2) Each participant expresses his or her own feelings (about 2 minutes/person);
3) All participants will be divided into small groups to communicate and propose a topic-related question;
4) Participants discuss the issues raised and show their speculation. (about 2 minutes / person);
5) After the event, welcome friends who are still unfinished to join the dinner and continue to talk.
1) Participants are not required to prepare in advance, and the sharer will provide the information needed for discussion
2) Please try to be on time to avoid missed sharing of the bibliography
3) Please bring your ID
4) If you can't find the venue, please send a message in the event temporary WeChat group or Facebook 麓山学社 Group, we will respond promptly
5) The number of people per reading will be limited to 18 people. Please invite your friends to register as soon as possible. After completing the form and scanning into the temporary group, the registration will be successful. The full registration will be in the waitlist.
All the speeches of the participants of the event do not represent the position of the school.
Lushan Institute –Make ideas more refined
Lushan Institute is a non-government, non-religious, non-profit public welfare organization organized by the people. The New York Lushan Institute has improved the participants' independent thinking and judgment through reading club activities. Based on the interest in reading, we share knowledge and insights and make friends who share our interests.
We currently organize free book club events every week in the New York area at Columbia University or Fordham University.
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