ModeratorOctober 3, 2020 at 8:40 am
Every Chinese child can recite this limpid, effortlessly memorable quatrain by the eighth-century prodigy Li Bai, one of the supreme masters of Chinese classical poetry. Feel free to post here any questions, observations, or feedback that might have occurred to you as you took our brief course on the poem. Whether or not you’ve seen the video, we’re interested in hearing your thoughts about the poem. If you have a translation of your own, feel free to share it.
Let the discussion begin!