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It is often said in contemporary Chinese literary circles that the ancient West has Aesop' s fables, and modern China has Huang Ruiyun' s. Huang... [Read More]
It is often said in contemporary Chinese literary circles that the ancient West has Aesop' s fables, and modern China has Huang Ruiyun' s. Huang Ruiyun is a renowned contemporary Chinese fabulist. His classic masterpiece " Clay Pots and Iron Pots" is well-known for its exciting plot, concise language, and insightful commentary. It has been included in Chinese primary schools as a chapter in Chinese textbooks, enlightening and educating hundreds of millions of Chinese students. This book selects the representative fables of Huang Ruiyun, some of which come from the West. Child readers and their parents will be able to understand the oriental philosophy from the book and appreciate the difference between Eastern and Western fables.In the same way, most of the characters in Huang' s fables are also anthropomorphic animals, expressing their behaviors in human form. The author visually conveys a particular thought, morality, or life experience so readers can learn from it. Whether in the East or the West, humans consistently pursue good social morals such as integrity, kindness, honesty, friendship, respect, fairness, and justice. These fables are an embodiment of the common values shared by humankind.