Zhang Jie

Zhang Jie
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  • ''What do a few lies on TV matter? They can be swallowed, digested and excreted, or follow people when they doze off to sink into oblivion.''
    Zhang Jie (b. 1937), Chinese author. teacher Li, in "What's Wrong with Him?" As Long as Nothing Happens, Nothing Will (1981).
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A Night-Mooring Near Maple Bridge

While I watch the moon go down, a crow caws through the frost;
Under the shadows of maple-trees a fisherman moves with his torch;
And I hear, from beyond Suzhou, from the temple on Cold Mountain,
Ringing for me, here in my boat, the midnight bell.

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