Chinese Literature Podcast
By Rob and Lee Moore
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Rob and Lee Moore (no relation) kick back with a beer and tackle a work of Chinese literature, every thing from the earliest Chinese poetry to contemporary novels. For those who want to learn more about Chinese society but don't want to feel like they are being educated, this is your earcandy.
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Light-hearted and very interesting!
I haven’t read any Chinese literature in my life outside of small short stories and tales from childhood. Really enjoy this podcast; it always makes me laugh and shares interesting stories.
Informative and laid-back
A podcast for sinophiles, literature aficionados, and people with even a passing interest in intelligent discussion about stories and narrative that usually requires a $90,000 grad school education. Rob and Lee are not only funny but incredibly smart and proficient in their field, and showcase their passion for a literature that mainstream education all but ignores but desperately needs to be better educated in. If you want to hear crazy stories about suicidal lovers, galaxy-spanning poets, and political revolutionaries, then this podcast will entertain you. If you want to understand more about the hidden aspect of China that even China has forgotten, this podcast will inform you. And if you are just looking for a podcast that will make you feel smarter, this is definitely the right podcast for you.