The art of translation: The poetic life of Xu Yuanchong

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    Follow CGTN on our journey exploring the poetic life of Xu Yuanchong, China’s most renowned master translator, who turned 100 years old a few days ago. Dedicated to translation for over 70 years, Xu and his works have been a cultural bridge linking the thoughts and affections of the East with the West. For Xu, translated literature is “a beautiful art for the whole world.”

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